ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes

Frohn D (2004)
COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA 32(3): 1213-1218.

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We show for a commutative ring R with unity: If R satisfies the ascending chain condition on principal ideals (accp) and has only finitely many associated primes, then for any set of indeterminates X the polynomial ring R[X] also satisfies accp. Further we show that accp rises to the power series ring R[[X]] if R satisfies accp and the ascending chain condition on annihilators.
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Frohn D. ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes. COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA. 2004;32(3):1213-1218.
Frohn, D. (2004). ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes. COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA, 32(3), 1213-1218.
Frohn, D. (2004). ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes. COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA 32, 1213-1218.
Frohn, D., 2004. ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes. COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA, 32(3), p 1213-1218.
D. Frohn, “ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes”, COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA, vol. 32, 2004, pp. 1213-1218.
Frohn, D.: ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes. COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA. 32, 1213-1218 (2004).
Frohn, Daniel. “ACCP rises to the polynomial ring if the ring has only finitely many associated primes”. COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA 32.3 (2004): 1213-1218.
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