On Centrally Regular Modules and Centrally Semiregular Modules

Adil Kadir Jabbar

College of Science, University of Sulaimani

In this paper, two new modules are defined, which we call centrally regular and centrally semiregular
modules and several properties of them are proved. Also, we have determined so many conditions under
which regular (resp. semiregular) modules and centrally regular (resp. centrally semiregular) modules are

Keywords: regular modules, semiregular modules, small modules,centrally regular
modules, centrally semiregular modules.

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