Homotopical algebraic geometry II : [electronic resource] geometric stacks and applications / Bertrand Toën, Gabriele Vezzosi.

By: Toën, Bertrand, 1973-
Contributor(s): Vezzosi, Gabriele, 1966-
Material type: TextTextSeries: Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society, v. 902Publisher: Providence, R.I. : American Mathematical Society, c2008Description: 1 online resource (ix, 224 p.)ISBN: 9781470405083 (online)Subject(s): Algebraic stacks | Algebra, Homological | Geometry, Algebraic | Categories (Mathematics)Additional physical formats: Homotopical algebraic geometry II :DDC classification: 516.3/5 LOC classification: QA564 | .T638 2008Online resources: Contents
Contents:
Introduction Part 1. General theory of geometric stacks Introduction to Part 1 1.1. Homotopical algebraic context 1.2. Preliminaries on linear and commutative algebra in an HA context 1.3. Geometric stacks: Basic theory 1.4. Geometric stacks: Infinitesimal theory Part 2. Applications Introduction to Part 2 2.1. Geometric $n$-stacks in algebraic geometry (after C. Simpson) 2.2. Derived algebraic geometry 2.3. Complicial algebraic geometry 2.4. Brave new algebraic geometry
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"May 2008, volume 193, number 902 (second of 5 numbers)."

Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-221) and index.

Introduction Part 1. General theory of geometric stacks Introduction to Part 1 1.1. Homotopical algebraic context 1.2. Preliminaries on linear and commutative algebra in an HA context 1.3. Geometric stacks: Basic theory 1.4. Geometric stacks: Infinitesimal theory Part 2. Applications Introduction to Part 2 2.1. Geometric $n$-stacks in algebraic geometry (after C. Simpson) 2.2. Derived algebraic geometry 2.3. Complicial algebraic geometry 2.4. Brave new algebraic geometry

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