By Louis H. Rowen

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Have C' = C so a e C; hence T = C, as desired. - 6 General Fundamentals Preorders and Posets A preorder is a relation which is reflexive (a < a) and transitive (if a < b and b < c then a < c). , a < b and b < a imply a = b. In this case (S,<) is called a poset. We write a < b when a < b with a # b. The following posets are of particular importance to us. , a < b if a = b). (ii) The power set 9(A) of a set A is the set of subsets of A, ordered by set inclusion. (iii) If M is an R-module, define £(M) = {submodules of M}, partially ordered under < (so Nl < N2 if Nl is submodule of N2).

Consequently, the ideals of (0 T) have the form (O L) where P 4 R, L 4 T, and N is an R-T sub-bimodule of M satisfying ML s N and PMs N. The reason we are interested in this example is that when R and T are suitably restricted, the left-right ideal structure is reflected in the bimodule structure of M, which can easily be arranged to be very asymmetric; in this manner one can often find a phenomenon occurring in the left ideal structure of (0 M) but not in the right ideal structure. 1 Matrix Rings and Idempotents 27 at times in the text; for the time being, the reader is invited to experiment with this example in the following two cases: (i) R c T and M = T; in particular when T is a field.

4. 14: A filter of a lattice 2 is a subset F satisfying the following three conditions: (i) If a e F and b >_ a then b e. (ii) If a, b e F then a n b e. , exercises 23ff. 16 below. 15: (i) For any a e 2, F. = {b e 2: b >_ a} is called the principal filter generated by a. (ii) Suppose 2 = p(S) for some infinite set S. Then {complements of finite subsets of S} is a filter, called the Frechet filter, or cofinite filter. , 0 0 a and if b, b' e -4 then b n b' >_ b" for some b" in R. Then {a e 2: a >_ b for some b in 9} is a filter F, and 2 is called the base of the filter F.