By Siegfried Bosch
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For an R-module M the following conditions are equivalent: (i) M is of ﬁnite presentation. ˜ ✲M (ii) M is of ﬁnite type and for every R-module epimorphism ϕ : M ˜ where M is of ﬁnite type, the kernel ker ϕ is of ﬁnite type. Proof. We only have to show the implication from (i) to (ii). Therefore let Rm ✲ Rn ✲ M ✲ 0 ˜ ✲ M be an epimorphism of be a ﬁnite presentation of M and let ϕ : M ˜ is of ﬁnite type. In order to show that ker ϕ is of ﬁnite R-modules where M type, look at the short exact sequence 0 ✲ ker ϕ ✲ ˜ M ϕ ✲ M ✲ 0.
Let Rm Rn p ✲ 0 ❄ M p f ✲ g M ❄ ✲ ✲ M 0 be a diagram of R-module homomorphisms where the bottom row is exact. Then the diagram can be enlarged to a diagram of R-module homomorphisms with exact rows g˜ f˜ ✲ Rm ✲ Rm+n ✲ Rn ✲0 0 p ✲ 0 ❄ M p p f ✲ ❄ g M ❄ ✲ ✲ M 0. Proof. We construct the diagram as follows. Let f˜ be the R-module homomorphism mapping the canonical free generating system e1 , . . , em of Rm to the ﬁrst m elements of the canonical free generating system e1 , . . , em+n of Rm+n . Furthermore, let g˜ be the R-module homomorphism mapping e1 , .
2) Let (Ni )i∈I be a family of submodules of M . Then xi ; xi ∈ Ni , xi = 0 for almost all i ∈ I Ni = N= i∈I i∈I is a submodule of M , called the sum of the submodules Ni of M . The sum is called direct and we write Ni N= i∈I if, for every x ∈ N , the representations of type x = i∈I xi with xi ∈ Ni are unique. Note that suppressing trivial summands, such a representation reduces to a ﬁnite sum, say x = xi1 + . . + xis with indices i1 , . . , is ∈ I. Sometimes the notation x = xi1 ⊕ . . ⊕ xis is used in this context in order to stress the fact that the terms xiσ are unique.
Algebraic Geometry and Commutative Algebra (Universitext) by Siegfried Bosch