# Cycles, Transfers, and Motivic Homology Theories ePub download

## by Eric M. Friedlander,Andrei Suslin,Vladimir Voevodsky

**Author:**Eric M. Friedlander,Andrei Suslin,Vladimir Voevodsky**ISBN:**0691048142**ISBN13:**978-0691048147**ePub:**1503 kb |**FB2:**1938 kb**Language:**English**Category:**Mathematics**Publisher:**Princeton University Press (April 4, 2000)**Pages:**256**Rating:**4.3/5**Votes:**777**Format:**doc lrf txt rtf

Friedlander, E. and V. Voevodsky, "Bivariant cycle cohomology", Cycles, transfers, and motivic homology theories, vol. 143 . Suslin, . Voevodsky, "Relative cycles and Chow sheaves", Cycles, transfers, and motivic homology theories, vol. 143: Princeton Univ.

Friedlander, E. Press, Princeton, NJ, pp. 138–187, 2000. 34. 3 KB). Voevodsky, "Bloch-Kato conjecture and motivic cohomology with finite coefficients", The arithmetic and geometry of algebraic cycles (Banff, AB, 1998), vol. 548: Kluwer Acad. Dordrecht, pp. 117–189, 2000. 10–86, 2000.

Andrei Suslin and Eric M. Friedlander teach in the Department of Mathematics at Northwestern University

Andrei Suslin and Eric M. Friedlander teach in the Department of Mathematics at Northwestern University. Chapter 3 overviews the cohomological theory of presheaves and defines the notion of a transfer map. For smooth schemes over a field, these maps are used to define a "pretheory" over the field, and homotopy invariance of pretheories can then be defined. Examples of pretheories include etale cohomology, algebraic K-theory, and algebraic de Rham cohomology. The Mayer-Vietoris exact sequence for the Suslin homology is proven, giving another analogue of ordinary algebraic topology.

The theory of sheaves of relative cycles is developed in the first paper of. .

The theory of sheaves of relative cycles is developed in the first paper of this volume. The theory of presheaves with transfers and more specifically homotopy invariant presheaves with transfers is the main theme of the second paper. The Friedlander-Lawson moving lemma for families of algebraic cycles appears in the third paper in which a bivariant theory called bivariant cycle cohomology is constructed. Chapter 5 Triangulated Categories of Motives Over a Field Vladimir Voevodsky. 188. Chapter 6 Higher Chow Groups and Etale Cohomology Andrei A Suslin. 239. Авторские права.

Voevodsky Vladimir, Suslin Andrei and Friedlander Eric M. (2000). Cycles, transfers, and motivic homology theories. Mazza Carlo, Voevodsky Vladimir and Weibel Charles A. Lecture notes on motivic cohomology. Cycles, transfers, and motivic homology theories Mazza Carlo, Voevodsky Vladimir and Weibel Charles A. Clay Mathematics Monographs, Vol. 2. American Mathematical So. 2011.

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Voevodsky, Vladimir, Suslin, Andrei, and Friedlander, Eric M. (2000) "Cycles, transfers, and motivic homology theories". Annals of Mathematics Studies Vol. Princeton University Press. Источник: Vladimir Voevodsky. См. также в других словарях: Motive (algebraic geometry) - For other uses, see Motive (disambiguation). Andrei Suslin - (russisch Андрей Суслин; 27. Dezember 1950 in St. Petersburg) ist ein russischer Mathematiker, der sich mit algebraischer Geometrie und Algebra beschäftigt. Suslin gewann 1967 den ersten Preis der Internationalen Mathematik Olympiade.

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Series: Annals of Mathematics Studies. Eric M. Voevodsky. Our original goal which finally led to this volume was the construction of motivic cohomology theory, whose existence was conjectured by A. Beilinson and S. Lichtenbaum (,,, ). Even though this would seem to be achieved at the end of the third paper, our motivation evolved into a quest for a deeper understanding of various properties of algebraic cycles.

The original goal that ultimately led to this volume was the construction of "motivic cohomology theory," whose existence was conjectured by A. Beilinson and S. Lichtenbaum. This is achieved in the book's fourth paper, using results of the other papers whose additional role is to contribute to our understanding of various properties of algebraic cycles. The material presented provides the foundations for the recent proof of the celebrated "Milnor Conjecture" by Vladimir Voevodsky.

The theory of sheaves of relative cycles is developed in the first paper of this volume. The theory of presheaves with transfers and more specifically homotopy invariant presheaves with transfers is the main theme of the second paper. The Friedlander-Lawson moving lemma for families of algebraic cycles appears in the third paper in which a bivariant theory called bivariant cycle cohomology is constructed. The fifth and last paper in the volume gives a proof of the fact that bivariant cycle cohomology groups are canonically isomorphic (in appropriate cases) to Bloch's higher Chow groups, thereby providing a link between the authors' theory and Bloch's original approach to motivic (co-)homology.