Readership: Graduate students, researchers, and professionals in mathematics particularly algebra, including algebraic geometry and algebraic topology.
S.K. Jain, King Abdulaziz University, SA and Ohio University, USA, Ashish K. Srivastava, Assistant Professor, Saint Louis University, USA, and Askar A. Tuganbaev, Professor, Russian State University of Trade and Economics, Moscow, Russia
S. K. Jain is a Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Ohio University and Advisor, King Abdulaziz University. He was at the Department of Mathematics at Ohio University from 1970-2009. He is an Executive Editor of the Journal of Algebra and its Applications (World Scientific) and Bulletin of Mathematical Sciences (Springer). He is also
on the editorial board of the Electronic Journal of Algebra.
Ashish Srivastava is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics at Saint Louis University, Saint Louis, USA. He has written 15 research articles in Noncommutative Algebra and Combinatorics that have been published in various journals.
Askar A. Tuganbaev is a Professor of Mathematics at the Russian State University of Trade and Economics, Moscow, Russia. He has written 10 monographs and more than 180 research articles in Algebra that have been published in various journals.
2: Rings characterized by their proper factor rings
3: Rings each of whose proper cyclic modules has a chain condition
4: Rings each of whose cyclic modules is injective (or CS)
5: Rings each of whose proper cyclic modules is injective
6: Rings each of whose simple modules is injective (or -injective)
7: Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is quasi-injective
8: Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is continuous
9: Rings each of whose (proper) cyclic modules is pi-injective
10: Rings with cyclics @0-injective, weakly injective or quasi-projective
11: Hypercyclic, q-hypercyclic and pi-hypercyclic rings
12: Cyclic modules essentially embeddable in free modules
13: Serial and distributive modules
14: Rings characterized by decompositions of their cyclic modules
15: Rings each of whose modules is a direct sum of cyclic modules
16: Rings each of whose modules is an I0-module
17: Completely integrally closed modules and rings
18: Rings each of whose cyclic modules is completely integrally closed
19: Rings characterized by their one-sided ideals