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### Duality between topology and bornology

I want to understand in what sense topology is dual to bornology at a most basic level. Therefore, I rephrased the definition of a bornology in the following way:
Let $X$ be a set and let ...

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### $T$-nilpotent ideals

Recall that a subset $I$ of a ring $R$ is left (resp.,
right) $T$-nilpotent in case for every sequence $$a_1,a_2,\cdots $$
in $I$ there is an $n$ such that $a_1\cdots a_n=0$ (resp.,
$a_n\cdots ...

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### some sort of 'saturation' of module quotients

Let $R$ be a local Noetherian ring over a field, with the maximal ideal $\mathfrak{m}$. (e.g. $R=k[[x_1,\dots,x_{p>1}]]$) Given two $R$-modules, $N\subset M$, of the same (finite, non-zero) rank. ...

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### Can it occur that $q^{ce}$ is a prime ideal (of $S$), while $q^{ce}\neq q $?

Let $R$ and $S$ be commutative rings (with $1$) and $f : R\to S$ be a ring homomorphism. For an ideal $I$ of $R$, set $I^e:=\langle f(I)S\rangle$ (called the extension of $I$ to $S$) and for an ideal ...

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### In what conditions every ideal is an extension ideal? Is every prime ideal extension of prime ideal?

Let $R$ and $S$ be commutative rings (with $1$), and $f : R\to S$ be a ring homomorphism. For an ideal $I$ of $R$, set $I^e:=\langle f(I)S\rangle$ (called the extension of $I$ to $S$). When $f$ is ...