By Yu A. Neretin

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R. 7) we may assume that m. M =0 l. xl"",x d for some i=l. Proof ov induction on (O:x l ) = M and hence M e R(x 1 ,···, xd IM) = e R/ Xl (xZ,···,xdIM) - e R/ Xl (xZ,···,xdIM) Now suppose that d = s. We have by d =s + (J.. 5) , = o. 1, s > 0 and the result holds for 28 Since xlm-l( xlM ) = xl(M/xlM) = 0, by induction the result follows. 9) Let M be any finitely generated R-module and be a system of parameters for PROOF. xl, ••. ,x d R. Then First, by induction on d, we show eR(x l , ••• ,xdIM) 2: O.

U«xl)+U(O» for n. Put and '1€ Ass(R/«x1)+U(0») «Xl)+(O:X~»' = «xl)+U(O»~ Moreover, larger <==> n 1Rk R' := R/(Xl)+(O:X~) = (x k ) + U(1n k_l ) induction we get for large n, ~i = (0) for any 1 < k eO(q;R) = eO(q';R') = 111 = U(O) + (xl)' it follows that ~ d. Then by i(R'/~d). Now, since 42 U( m1) =U( U(O)+(x l ) ) =U( (xl )+(0: X~» and 'Uld= ~/«xl )+(0: x~») for large n. Therefore eO(qiR)=eO(q'iR')=t(R'/1nd}=t(R/1nd). 26) EXAMPLE. 126]). v 1 'f-v 2 = We put A(Vl;C) := A ~V·A = (X l ,X 4 )A is generated by a system of parameters Then 2 Xl ,X 4 for + (Xl) = (Xl'X 2X3 , X2 , X2X4 - X3 ) n (Xl'X 2 ,X 3 ,X 4 ) 2 fI[) ~V A and 2 2 is a primary decomposition of ~V 2 NJ 2 3 1 3 3 + (Xl) in A.

PROOF. (i) Clear. - K-dim (A/I). It is enough to prove that, for every minimal prime ideal q of (I,x) K-dim (A/q) = d-l. 56 Since I is unmixed d = K-dim (A/I) = K-dim every 1 e: ideal of of I Ass (A/I). Let (A/~) for (I,x) c q CA be a minimal prime (I,x). Then there exists a minimal prime ideal such that ~ ~ q and by Krull's Principal Ideal ht q/1 = 1. we get K-dim A/q = K-dim (iii) Let such that K-dim since I - ht q/3? = d - 1. A/~ I C q C R be a minimal prime ideal of = K-dim (R/q)~ is unmixed and R/q (R/I)~ I = K-dim (A).