Maximal spectrum of a commutative ring #

The maximal spectrum of a commutative ring is the type of all maximal ideals. It is naturally a subset of the prime spectrum endowed with the subspace topology.

Main definitions #

• MaximalSpectrum R: The maximal spectrum of a commutative ring R, i.e., the set of all maximal ideals of R.

Implementation notes #

The Zariski topology on the maximal spectrum is defined as the subspace topology induced by the natural inclusion into the prime spectrum to avoid API duplication for zero loci.

theorem MaximalSpectrum.ext {R : Type u} :
∀ {inst : } (x y : ), x.asIdeal = y.asIdealx = y
theorem MaximalSpectrum.ext_iff {R : Type u} :
∀ {inst : } (x y : ), x = y x.asIdeal = y.asIdeal
structure MaximalSpectrum (R : Type u) [] :

The maximal spectrum of a commutative ring R is the type of all maximal ideals of R.

Instances For
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• =
def MaximalSpectrum.toPrimeSpectrum {R : Type u} [] (x : ) :

The natural inclusion from the maximal spectrum to the prime spectrum.

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• = { asIdeal := x.asIdeal, IsPrime := }
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theorem MaximalSpectrum.toPrimeSpectrum_injective {R : Type u} [] :
Function.Injective MaximalSpectrum.toPrimeSpectrum
theorem MaximalSpectrum.toPrimeSpectrum_range {R : Type u} [] :
Set.range MaximalSpectrum.toPrimeSpectrum = {x : | IsClosed {x}}

The Zariski topology on the maximal spectrum of a commutative ring is defined as the subspace topology induced by the natural inclusion into the prime spectrum.

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theorem MaximalSpectrum.toPrimeSpectrum_continuous {R : Type u} [] :
Continuous MaximalSpectrum.toPrimeSpectrum
theorem MaximalSpectrum.iInf_localization_eq_bot (R : Type u) [] [] (K : Type v) [] [Algebra R K] [] :

An integral domain is equal to the intersection of its localizations at all its maximal ideals viewed as subalgebras of its field of fractions.

theorem PrimeSpectrum.iInf_localization_eq_bot (R : Type u) [] [] (K : Type v) [] [Algebra R K] [] :

An integral domain is equal to the intersection of its localizations at all its prime ideals viewed as subalgebras of its field of fractions.