When is a Quasi-p-injective Module Continuous?

Chotchaisthit, Somchit
September 2002
Southeast Asian Bulletin of Mathematics;2002, Vol. 26 Issue 3, p391
Academic Journal
.It is well-known that every quasi-p-injective module has C2-condition. In this note, it is shown that for a quasi-p-injective module M which is a self-generator, if M is projective, duo and semiperfect, then M is continuous. As a special case we re-obtain a result of Puninski-Wisbauer-Yousif saying that, a semiperfect ring R is right continuous if it is right duo, right p-injective.


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