# Generalized E-Algebras via lambda-Calculus I

@inproceedings{Gobel2006GeneralizedEV, title={Generalized E-Algebras via lambda-Calculus I}, author={Rudiger Gobel and Saharon Shelah}, year={2006} }

An R-algebra A is called E(R)-algebra if the canonical homomorphism from A to the endomorphism algebra End_RA of the R-module {}_R A, taking any a in A to the right multiplication a_r in End_R A by a is an isomorphism of algebras. In this case {}_R A is called an E(R)-module. E(R)-algebras come up naturally in various topics of algebra, so it's not surprising that they were investigated thoroughly in the last decade. Despite some efforts it remained an open question whether proper generalized E… CONTINUE READING

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