The structure of an $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological ring is richer in comparison with the structure of an $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological group. The theory of $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological rings has many common features with the theory of $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological groups. Formally, the theory of $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological abelian groups is included in the theory of $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological rings.

The purpose of this paper is to introduce and study the concepts of $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological rings and $alpha_{(beta, gamma)}$-topological $R$-modules. we show how they may be introduced by specifying the neighborhoods of zero, and present some basic constructions. We provide fundamental concepts and basic results on $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological rings and $alpha_{(beta, gamma)}$-topological $R$-modules.

The purpose of this paper is to introduce and study the concepts of $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological rings and $alpha_{(beta, gamma)}$-topological $R$-modules. we show how they may be introduced by specifying the neighborhoods of zero, and present some basic constructions. We provide fundamental concepts and basic results on $alpha_{(beta, beta)}$-topological rings and $alpha_{(beta, gamma)}$-topological $R$-modules.

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