It is known that no “good” radical of (not necessarily o-symmetric) near-rings can be ideal-hereditary. Using the results of the o-symmetric case, we show that the situation is not as bad as on first appearances and we give several examples of (Kurosh-Amitsur) radicals of near-rings for which the semisimple class is hereditary and the radical class is hereditary on left invariant ideals. We also extend some recent results on left strong radicals from the o-symmetric case to the general case. AMS Subject Classification: 16A76.
|Number of pages||26|
|Publication status||Published - 1988|
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- Mathematics (miscellaneous)