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Triangulated Categories.

By: Neeman, Amnon [author.]Material type: TextTextSeries: Annals of mathematics studies ; no. 148.Publication details: Princeton : Ewing : Princeton University Press California Princeton Fulfillment Services [distributor] Jan. 2001 Description: 1 online resource (449 pages) illustrationsContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781400837212; 1400837219Subject(s): Triangulated categories | Algebra and Number Theory | Categorieën (wiskunde) | Categories (Mathematics) | Catégories (Mathématiques) | Kategorie (Mathematik) | Mathematics | Triangulated categories | Triangulation | Mathematik | Catégories (Mathématiques) | MATHEMATICS -- Essays | MATHEMATICS -- Pre-Calculus | MATHEMATICS -- Reference | MATHEMATICS -- Algebra -- Abstract | Triangulated categories | Kategorie Mathematik | Triangulation | Categorieën (wiskunde)Genre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Triangulated categoriesDDC classification: 510 s 512/.55 LOC classification: QA1.A626 no.148Other classification: 31.27 | SI 830 | SK 320 | MAT 183f | MAT 552f | 31.27. | MAT 183f. | MAT 552f. | SI 830. | SK 320. Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Definition and elementary properties of triangulated categories -- Triangulated functors and localizations of tringulated categories -- Perfection of classes -- Small objects, and Thomason's localisation theorem -- Category A(S) -- Category Ex(Sop, Ab) -- Homological properties of Ex(Sop, Ab) -- Brown representability -- Bousfield localisation.
Summary: "The first two chapters of this book offer a modern, self-contained exposition of the elementary theory of triangulated categories and their quotients. The simple, elegant presentation of these known results makes these chapters eminently suitable as a text for graduate students. The remainder of the book is devoted to new research, providing, among other material, some remarkable improvements on Brown's classical representability theorem. In addition, the author introduces a class of triangulated categories"--The "well generated triangulated categories"--and studies their properties. This exercise is particularly worthwhile in that many examples of triangulated categories are well generated, and the book proves several powerful theorems for this broad class. These chapters will interest researchers in the fields of algebra, algebraic geometry, homotopy theory, and mathematical physics"--Publisher description.
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College Audience Princeton University Press.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 443-444) and index.

"The first two chapters of this book offer a modern, self-contained exposition of the elementary theory of triangulated categories and their quotients. The simple, elegant presentation of these known results makes these chapters eminently suitable as a text for graduate students. The remainder of the book is devoted to new research, providing, among other material, some remarkable improvements on Brown's classical representability theorem. In addition, the author introduces a class of triangulated categories"--The "well generated triangulated categories"--and studies their properties. This exercise is particularly worthwhile in that many examples of triangulated categories are well generated, and the book proves several powerful theorems for this broad class. These chapters will interest researchers in the fields of algebra, algebraic geometry, homotopy theory, and mathematical physics"--Publisher description.

In English.

Definition and elementary properties of triangulated categories -- Triangulated functors and localizations of tringulated categories -- Perfection of classes -- Small objects, and Thomason's localisation theorem -- Category A(S) -- Category Ex(Sop, Ab) -- Homological properties of Ex(Sop, Ab) -- Brown representability -- Bousfield localisation.

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