nLab Kim Lin Chew

Selected writings

Kim Lin Chew is an algebraist with main interests in ring theory. Among his main works, he studied quotient/localization constructions, including in an approach via modular closure operators (including analogues of Lawvere-Tierney topologies in the context of the abelian categories of modules).

PhD advised by David Carrithers Murdoch and James Victor Whittaker:

Selected writings

  • On extensions of rings and modules, PhD thesis, University of British Columbia (1965) [pdf]
  • Closure operations in the study of rings of quotients, Bull. Math. Soc. Nanyang Univ. (1965) 1-20.
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