Remark 10.58.8. If $S$ is still Noetherian but $S$ is not generated in degree $1$, then the function associated to a graded $S$-module is a periodic polynomial (i.e., it is a numerical polynomial on the congruence classes of integers modulo $n$ for some $n$).

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