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Ascending Chain Condition

  • Definition: The ascending chain condition, commonly abbreviated "A.C.C.," for a partially ordered set X requires that all increasing sequences in X become eventually constant. A module M fulfills the ascending chain condition if its set of submodules obeys the condition with respect to inclusion. In this case, M is called Noetherian.

    Source: Algebra, second edition by Michael Artin

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