Finite-dimensional Noetherian ring
This article defines a property of commutative unital rings; a property that can be evaluated for a commutative unital ring
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A finite-dimensional Noetherian ring is a commutative unital ring that is both finite-dimensional (i.e. its Krull dimension is finite) and Noetherian (i.e. it satisfies the ascending chain condition on all ideals).
Relation with other properties
- Multivariate polynomial ring over a field
- Finite-dimensional Noetherian domain
- Dedekind domain
- Principal ideal domain
Closure under taking the polynomial ring
This property of commutative unital rings is polynomial-closed: it is closed under the operation of taking the polynomial ring. In other words, if is a commutative unital ring satisfying the property, so is
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The polynomial ring over a finite-dimensional Noetherian ring has dimension one more than the original ring.