Zhanmin Zhu

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LetR be a ring andM a rightR-module with S= End(MR). The moduleM is called almost principally quasi-injective (or APQ-injective for short) if, for any m∈M, there exists an S-submodule Xm of M such that lMrR(m) = Sm ⊕ Xm. The module M is called almost quasiprincipally injective (or AQP-injective for short) if, for any s∈ S, there exists a left ideal Xs of S(More)
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