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The homological dimensions of symmetric algebras

Author: James E. Carrig
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 236 (1978), 275-285
MSC: Primary 13D05
MathSciNet review: 0457425
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Abstract: Let D be a Dedekind domain and M a rank-one torsion-free D-module. An analysis of $A = {S_D}(M)$, the symmetric algebra of M, yields the following information: Theorem. (1) Tor-dim $A \leqslant 2\;and\; = 1\;iff\;M = K$, the quotient field of D; (2) A is coherent; (3) Global $\dim A = 2$. For higher rank modules coherence is not assured and only rough estimates of the dimensions are found. On the other hand, if ${S_D}(M)$ is a domain of global dimension two, then M has rank one but the dimension of D may be two. If D is local of dimension two then $M = K$.

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Keywords: Global dimension, Tor-dimension, coherent, symmetric algebra, Dede-kind domain, rank one flat module
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