I PRIKLADNAYA MATEMATIKA
(FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED MATHEMATICS)
2007, VOLUME 13, NUMBER 3, PAGES 69-80
E. I. Kompantseva
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An Abelian group is said to be semisimple if it is the additive group of some semisimple associative ring. The problem of description of semisimple groups was formulated by Beaumont and Lawver; later this problem was reduced to the case of reduced groups. In this paper, we describe semisimple groups in the class of countable completely decomposable groups.
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