Graded Modules as a Clean Comodule

  •  Nikken Prima Puspita    
  •  Indah Emilia Wijayanti    
  •  Budi Surodjo    


In ring and module theory, the cleanness property is well established. If any element of R can be expressed as the sum of an idempotent and a unit, then R is said to be a clean ring. Moreover, an R-module M is clean if the endomorphism ring of M is clean. We study the cleanness concept of coalgebra and comodules as a dualization of the cleanness in rings and modules. Let C be an R-coalgebra and M be a C-comodule. Since the endomorphism of C-comodule M is a ring, M is called a clean C-comodule if the ring of C-comodule endomorphisms of M is clean. In Brzezi´nski and Wisbauer (2003), the group ring R[G] is an R-coalgebra. Consider M as an R[G]-comodule. In this paper, we have investigated some sucient conditions to make M a clean R[G]-comodule, and have shown that every G-graded module M is a clean R[G]-comodule if M is a clean R-module.

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