Yonghua Xu, Chinese mathematician (Yinxian, Zhejiang Province 01 January 1932 – 2019) Introduced the concepts of O-ideal and O-homomorphic mapping On the O-structure of rings (1977) Put forward the concept of non-associative and non-distributive rings Non-associative and non-distributive rings. I. Scientia Sinica 22 (2):135-48, 1979 Non-associative and non-distributive rings. II. Acta Math. Sinica 21:300-11, 1978 Non-associative and non-distributive rings. III. Acta Math. Sinica 22(1):1-13, 1979 Derived a theorem concerning the structure of non-associative and non-distribuive rings under the minimal condition Non-associative and non-distributive rings satisfying the minimal condition for right ideals (1979) Established the finite structure theorem between complete rings of linear transformations (1979) A finite structure theorem between primitive rings and its application to Galois theory. Chin. Ann. Math. 1(2):183-97, 1980 A generalized Wolfson’s theorem. Adv. in Math. 13:213-5, 1984 Gave a necessary and sufficient condition for the equivalence of right and left semi-prime Goldie rings and some properties of Goldie rings A note on semi-prime Goldie rings. Rendic. Circolo Matem. Palermo 36:220-40, 1987 With K.P. Shum & Y. Fong. A decomposition theory of comodules 170(3):880-906, 1994 Introduced the notion of quantum cocommutativity With G.G. Hu. Quantum commutative algebras and their duals (1997) Introduced a new concept for direct product rings which generalizes the usual ones With K.P. Shum. New direct product rings, their structure and applications. Algebra Colloq. 1(4):493-514, 2004 |

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