A A Principally Radg-Lifting Modules


  • Rasha Najah Mirza University of Kufa
  • Thaar Younis Ghawi University of Al-Qadisiyah




Pricipally semi simple,, Principally 〖Rad〗_g-lifting, , principally g-lifting, principally generalized hollow


In this article we present a new class of modules which is named as a principally -lifting modules. This class termed by Principally -lifting in this work which defined as, a module  is called Principally -lifting if for every cyclic submodule  of  with , there is a decomposition  such that  and  is g-small in . Thus, a ring  is called Principally -lifting if it is a principally -lifting as -module. We determined it is structure. Several characterizations, properties, and instances are described of these modules'.


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Mirza, R. N., & Ghawi, T. Y. (2023). A A Principally Radg-Lifting Modules. Journal of Kufa for Mathematics and Computer, 10(1), 119–124. https://doi.org/10.31642/JoKMC/2018/100117

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