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### $A_\infty$ structure on sum of twists of structure sheaf

Fix $n$ and let $P^n$ be projective $n$-space. Let $S = k[x_0, \dots, x_n]$. Set $A^0 = \bigoplus_{d \ge 0} H^0(P^n, \mathcal{O}(d))$ and $A^n = \bigoplus_{d < -n} H^n(P^n, \mathcal{O}(d))$.
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### The cohomology plus what characterizes the rational homotopy type?

For simplicity let me work only with connected and simply connected spaces. "Space" will mean a space of this type.
A space is rational if its homotopy groups are rational vector spaces ...

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### Cohomology of a graded differential algebra with L-infinity action by a Lie algebra relative to a sub algebra

Suppose $A$ is a graded differential algebra, $h\subset g$ is an ideal, and that there is an $L_\infty$ action by $g/h$ on $A$. Is there any theorem that gives a quasi-isomorphism between the ...

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### Are $(\infty,1)$-categories $A_\infty$ categories?

Let $X$ be a set. One can define a non-symmetric colored version of the non-unital $A_\infty$ operad as follows. The set of colors is the set of ordered pairs in $X$. Let ...

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### Resolution of a module as an $A_\infty$ module over resolution of an algebra

The following question looks like a basic question on resolutions over commutative rings, unfortunately I was not able to find a reference.
Let $A$ be a regular commutative noetherian ring (and ...

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### Homotopy equivalence of curved A_\infty algebra

I am quite curious:
What is the precise definition of "homotopy equivalence" or "isomorphism" of two curved $A_\infty$ algebra $A$ and $B$?
What is the condition to set for the morphism $f:A ...

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### Reconstructing complexes of sheaves from their cohomology sheaves

If $R$ is an algebra over some field $k$, and $C$ is a complex of modules over $R$, then according to B. Keller's ``Introduction to A-infinity algebras and modules'', one can record the isomorphism ...

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### Is the functor $mod(Tw\mathcal{C})\rightarrow mod(\mathcal{C})$ cohomologically full and faithful?

Let $\mathcal{C}$ be a $c$-unital $A_\infty$-category. If $\mathcal{A}$ is a $c$-unital and triangulated $A_\infty$-category, then there is a $c$-unital $A_\infty$- functor
$$Tw: ...

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### A_infinity structure on cohomology and the weight filtration

Let $X$ be a complex algebraic variety. The rational cohomology of $X(\mathbb{C})$ carries a canonical filtration called the weight filtration. It also carries a canonical equivalence class of ...

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### Cocompleteness of the category of small $A_\infty$ categories

To follow up on my previous question, is the category of small $A_\infty$ categories even cocomplete? Looking for reference.

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### Model structure on the category of small $A_\infty$ categories, hocolims.

I strangely could not find a reference for this. What are some (if any) model structures on the category of small $A_{\infty}$ categories, with weak equivalences quasi-equivalences. Same question in ...

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### Homology in the $A_\infty$ World

This question is turning out to be a little long so let me start off with the headline. Given a differential graded algebra $A$, we can recover $A$ from its homology $HA$ if we know "the" ...

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### Homotopy Transfer Theorem for Differential Graded Associative Algebras

As in Algebra+Homotopy=Operad by Bruno Vallette, let $A$ with multiplication $\nu$ be a differential graded associative algebra equipped with degree +1 map $h$ and let $H$ be a chain complex such that ...

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### Associated graded of a filtration of a tensor product

I'm trying to understand a part of the PhD thesis of Kenji Lefèvre-Hasegawa (e.g. available here). My question is about the proof of Lemma 1.3.2.3b stating:
Remarquons que nous avons un ...

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### Geometric information on transferred structure

Let $(M,g)$ be a Riemannian manifold, let $\Omega^*(M)$ denote the cochain complex of differential forms on $M$ and $H^*(M)$ its cohomology considered as a chain complex with trivial differential. We ...

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### Formality of $A_\infty$-category vs formality of its total algebra

Let $\cal C$ be an $A_\infty$-category and $A$ its total algebra (elements in $A$ are formal linear combinations of arbitrary morphisms in $\cal C$ and multiplications of arrows which can't be ...

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### $A_{\infty}$ structure questions

Hello,
I would like explanation or clear source for some things related to $A_{\infty}$-spaces, via Stasheff's polytopes.
I tried not to think about them, because they seem too complicated for me; I ...

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### Perverse vs real formality?

Let $\cal A$ be an abelian category, say linear over a field, with enough injectives and $\cal P$ be the heart of a t-structure on the bounded derived category $D^b(\cal A )$. Assume that $\cal P$ ...

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### Homotopic morphisms between curved A-infinity algebras

I know how to think about (curved) $A_\infty$-algebras 'geometrically', i.e. via formal non-commutative geometry in the sense of Kontsevich etc. I also know how to think about $A_\infty$-morphisms in ...

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### Homotopic monoids and $A_\infty$ spaces

Informally, an $A_\infty$-space is a monoid whose laws are only satisfied up to homotopy.
Let’s define now what I will call a "homotopic monoid" to be a space $M$ together with a point $e\in{}M$ and ...

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### Does there exist a model of chains on oriented manifolds with both a strict intersection pairing and strict functoriality for closed embeddings?

Let $M$ be a smooth oriented $n$-dimensional manifold. My favorite model of $\operatorname{Chains}_\bullet(M) \otimes \mathbb R$ is the space of smooth compactly-supported de Rham forms on $M$, ...

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### Reference for functors in Kadeishvili's C_\infty paper

In his paper Cohomology $C_\infty$-algebra and rational homotopy type, Tornike Kadeishvili describes how the rational cohomology of a simply-connected space carries the structure of a ...

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### Higher homotopy algebraic structure on the homology of an operad

Given a DGA $A$, then by standard techniques such as homological perturbation theory, the ring structure on the homology $H(A)$ extends to a minimal $A_\infty$-algebra structure such that $H(A)$ is ...

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### Is an A-infinity thing the same the same as strict thing viewed through a homotopy equivalence?

If I have a topological monoid ($X,\mu$), a space $Y$ and a homotopy equivalence $f,g$ between them, then $Y$ has the structure of an $A_\infty$ space defined 'pointwise' by
$$ y_1 * y_2 := g ...

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### A-infinity tensor categories

My question is rather simple:
What is the correct notion of a monoidal A-infinity category C?
Or is there any reference where such a notion is explained?

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### Formality of classifying spaces

Let $G$ be a compact Lie group (or reductive algebraic group over $\mathbb{C}$), and let $BG$ be its classifying space. Fix a prime $p$. Let $\mathcal{A}$ denote the dg algebra of singular cochains on ...

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### Homology of bundles over a triangulated base and $A_\infty$-algebras

Let $p:E \to B$ be a fiber bundle over a triangulated base $B$ with fiber $F$, $\sigma$ simplex in $B$, $\sigma \mapsto H_{*}(p^{-1}(\sigma)) \simeq H_{*}(F)$ the obvious map and let $\mathcal{S}$ be ...

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### $A_{\infty}$ structure of (co)homology of a space

Let $X$ be a topological space, and $Homeo(X)$ the group of self-homeomorphisms of $X$.
(1) What is the exact meaning of: $H^*(X)$ is a an $A_\infty$-module over $Homeo(X)$?
(2) Does $H_*(X)$ also ...

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### Hochschild cohomology and A-infinity deformations

When we are dealing with ordinary things or dg things (where thing = algebra or category), I think I understand how HH^2 corresponds to 1st order deformations and HH^3 corresponds to obstructions.
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### Smooth dg algebras (and perfect dg modules and compact dg modules)

Katzarkov-Kontsevich-Pantev define a smooth dg ($\mathbb{C}$-)algebra $A$ to be a dg algebra which is a perfect $A \otimes A^{op}$-module. They say that an $A$-module $M$ is perfect if the functor ...

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### Is there a refinement of the Hochschild-Kostant-Rosenberg theorem for cohomology?

The HKR theorem for cohomology in characteristic zero says that if $R$ is a regular, commutative $k$ algebra ($char(k) = 0$) then a certain map $\bigwedge^* Der(R) \to CH^*(R,R)$ (where $\wedge^* ...

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### triangulated vs. dg/A-infinity

Someone recently said "derived/triangulated categories are an abomination that should struck from the earth and replaced with dg/A-infinity versions".
I have a rough idea why this is true ("don't ...

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### Definition of Hochschild (co)homology of a (dg or A-infinity) category

How do you define the Hochschild (co)homology of a dg category or an A-infinity category? I've only seen it defined when the category is equivalent to a category of modules over a dg algebra; then the ...

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### What's the sense in which A_\infty algebras are “deformable”?

I realise this is a very vague question! I've heard people say that A∞ algebras are the right homotopy-theoretic generalization of usual associative algebras, because you can deform them. What ...