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- Paul C. Eklof, Ivo Herzog
- Ann. Pure Appl. Logic
- 1995

- PAUL C. EKLOF, JAN TRLIFAJ, R. El Bashir
- 2000

We describe a general construction of a module A from a given module B such that Ext(B,A) = 0 and we apply it to answer several questions on splitters, cotorsion theories, and saturated rings.

- JOHN T. BALDWIN, PAUL C. EKLOF, JAN TRLIFAJ
- 2007

We show that the concept of an Abstract Elementary Class (AEC) provides a unifying notion for several properties of classes of modules and discuss the stability class of these AEC. An abstract elementary class consists of a class of models K and a strengthening of the notion of submodel ≺K such that (K,≺K) satisfies the properties described below. Here we… (More)

We present Shelah’s famous theorem in a version for modules, together with a self-contained proof and some examples. This exposition is based on lectures given at CRM in

We prove a generalization of the Flat Cover Conjecture by showing for any ring R that (1) each (right R-) module has a Ker Ext(−, C)-cover, for any class of pure-injective modules C, and that (2) each module has a Ker Tor(−,B)-cover, for any class of left R-modules B. For Dedekind domains, we describe Ker Ext(−, C) explicitly for any class of cotorsion… (More)

- Gabriel Sabbagh, Paul C. Eklof
- J. Symb. Log.
- 1971

Let R be a ring and T be a 1-tilting right R-module. Then T is of countable type. Moreover, T is of finite type in case R is a Prüfer domain.

We give a new proof that there are arbitrarily large indecomposable abelian groups; moreover, the groups constructed are absolutely indecomposable, that is, they remain indecomposable in any generic extension. However, any absolutely rigid family of groups has cardinality less than the partition cardinal κ(ω). Added December 2004: The proofs of Theorems 0.2… (More)

- PAUL C. EKLOF
- 2003

We consider the Whitehead problem for principal ideal domains of large size. It is proved, in ZFC, that some p.i.d.’s of size ≥ א2 have nonfree Whitehead modules even though they are not complete discrete valuation rings. A module M is a Whitehead module if ExtR(M,R) = 0. The second author proved that the problem of whether every Whitehead Z-module is free… (More)

- Paul C. Eklof
- Bulletin of Symbolic Logic
- 1997

Introduction. This survey is intended to introduce to logicians some notions, methods and theorems in set theory which arose—largely through the work of Saharon Shelah—out of (successful) attempts to solve problems in abelian group theory, principally the Whitehead problem and the closely related problem of the existence of almost free abelian groups. While… (More)