Document Type

Article

Date

4-22-2003

Embargo Period

11-15-2011

Disciplines

Mathematics

Description/Abstract

Let (R,m,k) be a local Cohen-Macaulay (CM) ring of dimension one. It is known that R has finite CM type if and only if R is reduced and has bounded CM type. Here we study the one-dimensional rings of bounded but infinite CM type. We will classify these rings up to analytic isomorphism (under the additional hypothesis that the ring contains an infinite field). In the first section we deal with the complete case, and in the second we show that bounded CM type ascends to and descends from the completion. In the third section we study ascent and descent in higher dimensions and prove a Brauer-Thrall theorem for excellent rings.

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This manuscript is from arXiv.org, for more information see http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0211411

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