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Keywords:
Prime submodule; primary submodule; primary decomposition; Associated primes
Summary:
We characterize prime submodules of $R\times R$ for a principal ideal domain $R$ and investigate the primary decomposition of any submodule into primary submodules of $R\times R.$
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