Dr. Yao’s chapter, “The Compatability, Independence, and Linear Growth Properties,” covers primary decomposition and secondary representation of Noetherian rings and modules. Dr. Enescu’s chapter, “Finite-Dimensional Vector Spaces with Frobenius Action,” presents a comprehensive look at a theory that has appeared in the mathematical literature in a piecemeal way, causing needless repetition of research.

For further information, take a look at Drs. Enescu and Yao’s related publications:

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GSU Faculty Florian Enescu and Yongwei Yao on Commutative Algebra