Co-Gorenstein Algebras

@article{Kvamme2019CoGorensteinA,
  title={Co-Gorenstein Algebras},
  author={Sondre Kvamme and Ren{\'e} Marczinzik},
  journal={Applied Categorical Structures},
  year={2019},
  volume={27},
  pages={277-287}
}
We review the theory of Co-Gorenstein algebras, which was introduced in Beligiannis (Commun Algebra 28(10):4547–4596, 2000). We show a connection between Co-Gorenstein algebras and the Nakayama and Generalized Nakayama conjecture. 
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