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Let $R$ and $S$ be commutative rings with identity, $f:R\to S$ a ring homomorphism and $J$ an ideal of $S$. Then the subring $R\bowtie^fJ:=\{(r,f(r)+j)\mid r\in R$ and $j\in J\}$ of $R\times S$ is called the amalgamation of $R$ with $S$ along $J$ with respect to $f$.
In this paper, we generalize and improve recent results on the computation of the diameter of the zero-divisor graph of amalgamated algebras and obtain new results. In particular, we provide new characterizations for completeness of the zero-divisor graph of amalgamated algebra, as well as, a complete description for the diameter of the zero-divisor graph of amalgamations in the special case of finite rings.
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