Subdirect sums, hereditary radicals, and structure spaces
Abstract: If a ring $K$ is subdirectly embedded into the product $S$ of a finite number of rings by a mapping $i$, then it is proved that $i(H(K)) = i(K) \cap H(S)$ for any hereditary radical $H$, and that any structure space of $K$ has the topology of a quotient space of a structure space of $S$.
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