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    Brown-McCoy Radical in Restricted Graded Version

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    Some conjectures related to the radical theory of rings are still open. Hence, the research on the radical theory of rings is still being investigated by some prominent authors. On the other hand, some results on the radical theory of rings can be implemented in another branch or structure. In radical theory, it is interesting to bring some radical classes into graded versions. In this chance, we implement a qualitative method to conduct the research to bring the Brown-McCoy radical class to the restricted graded Brown-McCoy radical class as research objective. We start from some known facts on the Brown-McCoy radical class and furthermore, let G be a group, we explain the Brown-McCoy radical restricted with respect to the group G. The result of this paper, we describe the Brown-McCoy radical in restricted graded version and it is denoted by G^G. Furthermore, we also give the fact by explaining G^G (A)=(γ€–G(A))γ€—_G, for any ring A, as the final outcome of this paper.

    Epsilon multiplicity and analytic spread of filtrations

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    We extend the epsilon multiplicity of ideals defined by Ulrich and Validashti to epsilon multiplicity of filtrations, and show that under mild assumptions this multiplicity exists as a limit. We show that in rather general rings, the epsilon multiplicity of a Q-divisorial filtration is positive if and only if the analytic spread of the filtration is maximal (equal to the dimension of the ring). The condition that filtrations JβŠ‚I\mathcal J\subset \mathcal I have the same epsilon multiplicity is considered, and we find conditions ensuring that the filtrations have the same integral closure.Comment: 18 page
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