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In the second case, cp$ and $cp are nilpotent for each $: M + M. If $ is also nilpotent, then so is cp + I$: Otherwise, we would have 1, = (cp + +)x for some x, hence the contradiction II M = 1% = Cr : ((px)‘($x)“-’ = Ofor large n. We conclude that the non-invertible 0 endomorphisms form an ideal of the endomorphism ring E of M, hence that E is local. 6. A submodule L of a module M is proper if L # M. We include a proof of the proposition: The map L H L(X) provides a bijection between the maximal left submodules of ^X and the maximal left ideals of &(X, X).

The maximum of the cardinalities of its antichains), by V’(M) the union of the classes @ c V(M) of cardinality > i. %P c f9Q, fP # aQ and r(f) = 1. Lemma Lemma comparable 1. ‘(M))) < 4 - i if 1 < i < 4. 2. Each class Ws of cardinality 2 (resp. 3) contains with all elements of@(M) (resp. of U’(M)). Lemma 3. Suppose R $ Us(M). that P, Q E U’(M) satisfy P < Q and P+ at least one element (resp. two elements) Q an d are not comparable to R. Then 46 r(g) 5. Finitely Lemma 4. Suppose that f~ < r(f). Then r(f) < 2.

4. The numbers in brackets indicate how many omnipresent’ indecomposables a given poset admits up to isomorphism. 3. For instance, the poset 9 of Fig. 2 contains no critical subset; on the o;heJ hand, y admits 1: 5, 8, 4: 4 and 1, full8 subposets of the form 0, 1, 1 u 1, 1 n 1 u 1, 2uiul and 2u2ul respectively; finally, no other poset of Fig. 4 is isomorphic to a full subposet of 9. 3 = 34 isoclasses of indecomposables. 5. 6 and rests on the lemma below. Proposition. If 9 is a supportive finite poset and contains no critical then 9 is isomorphic to one of the 14 posets of Fig.