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Are these two “FUNCTORS” adjoint?

I am considering the following correspondence: Let $X$ be quasi compact quasi separated schemes.Consider a pseudo functor \begin{equation}Sch\rightarrow CAT :U\mapsto Qcoh(U),f:U\rightarrow V\mapsto ...
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If the direct image of f preserves coherent sheaves on notherian schemes,how to show f is proper?

The other direction is well known I think it is true and I was told by several other guys doing algebraic geometry that it is indeed true but they did not know how to prove.I am also wondering whether ...
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Categorical characterization of closed imbeddings

Let $f\colon X\to Y$ be a morphism of schemes. Let $F_X$ and $F_Y$ be the contravariant functors from the category $Sch$ of schemes to the category of sets defined via the Yoneda construction, i.e. ...
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Reference request: Book of topology from “Topos” point of view

Question: Is there any book of topology in the modern language of topos theory? I refer to the (systematic, formalist) study of the category of sheaves on a site or the study of topology in a ...
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right adjoint functor for closed immersion of topoi

Let $i\colon (X,A)\rightarrow (Y,B)$ be a closed immersion of ringed topoi. Does functor $i_*\colon Mod(A)\rightarrow Mod(B)$ have a right adjoint?
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Coherent sheaves and Mitchell's embedding theorem

Let $S$ be a scheme. By Freyd-Mitchell's theorem the category of (quasi)coherent sheaves of $\mathcal{O}_S$-modules is equivalent to a full subcategory of the category of left $R$-modules for some ...
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When is/isn't the monoidal unit compact projective?

I am interested in developing intuition for when the monoidal unit in a closed monoidal abelian category is or isn't compact projective. As such, my question is not looking for a yes/no answer, but ...
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Infinite Dimensional Weil Restriction and Ind-scheme

I'm studying the Weil Restriction $\mbox{Res}_{k/\textbf{F}_p}$ where $\textbf{F}_p$ is the field with $p$ elements and $k$ is a perfect field over $\textbf{F}_p$, not necessarily finite. In this ...
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How to prove a Lefschetzesque principle for relative homology and absolute homology

Here is my conjecture: If H is some homology theory from some abelian category A to some abelian category B, E is the class of all epimorphism in A, E' is some closed class of epimorphisms in A and ...
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Coarse moduli spaces and rational points [closed]

Let $K$ be a field (not necessarily algraically closed). Let $\mathcal{F}$ be a contravariant functor from the category of schemes over $K$ to sets and $M$ be a coase moduli space for the functor. So, ...
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Postnikov towers in bounded t-structures

If $\mathcal{H}$ is the heart of a bounded t-structure in a triangulated category $\mathcal{T}$, then for every object $E$ in $\mathcal{T}$ there exists a finite sequence of integers ...
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Flat and injective quasi-coherent sheaves

Let $X$ be a quasi-compact semi-separated scheme and $$\varepsilon: 0\to A \to B \to C \to 0$$ be a short exact sequence of quasi-coherent sheaves. $\varepsilon$ is called a (categorical) pure exact ...
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Rank vanishing in tensor categories

Let $\mathcal{C}$ be a cocomplete $\mathbb{Q}$-linear symmetric monoidal category (if convenient, assume that it is locally finitely presentable and/or abelian). Recall that the rank (or dimension) of ...
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The link between the subfactors and the motives as enriched Galois theories? [on hold]

On 29th March 2007, at the "École normale supérieure" of Paris, the mathematician Vaughan Jones, gave a conference (in French) entitled "Les sous-facteurs : une théorie de Galois enrichie" (see here), ...
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Is the category of schemes wellpowered? regularly wellpowered?

Wellpowered means that for every scheme $X$, the subobject lattice of monormophisms $Y \to X$ is essentially small; regularly wellpowered means that for every scheme $X$, the regular subobject lattice ...
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Do any Stone-like dualities have some self-dualities hidden inside them?

This question originated from the observation that in most cases when one has duality of structured sets induced by a dualizing set-with-two-structures $D$, both sides of the duality are substructures ...
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Microlocalizing Hochschild homology

A recent paper of Ben-Zvi and Nadler gives a general formalism for understanding "dimensions" in sheaf theories. Without getting too far into details, amongst other things, this formalism allows us ...
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Why does this setting imply that a category is Grothendieck?

I came across the following Lemma in Mitsuyasu Hashimoto's Equivariant Twisted Inverses; it is Lemma 11.2 on page 107 of this pdf. Let $\mathcal{A}$ be an abelian category which satisfies the (AB3) ...
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History and motivation for Tannaka, Krein, Grothendieck, Deligne et al. works on Tannaka-Krein theory?

I am trying to wrap my mind around Tannaka-Krein duality and it seems quite mysterious for me, as well, as its history. So let me ask: Question: What was the motivation and historical context for ...
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Analogy between topology and algebraic geometry

In topos theory, there are many generalizations of topological concepts. For example, open, closed, proper and etale morphisms between toposes. However, there are also such analogous concepts in ...
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How to characterize flasque sheaves in more functorial way?

The motivation to ask this question is some proposition of flasque sheaves. Let's recall the definition of flasque sheaf:A sheaf $F$ on a topological space $X$ is flasque if for every inclusion ...
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Is “stackiness” transitive? (and a couple other basic questions about stacks)

Say, $B$ is a category fibered in groupoids over some category $C$, and $A$ is a category fibered in groupoids over $B$. Suppose $A$ is a stack (over whatever site) over $B$, and $B$ is a stack over ...
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Categorical proof for Chavelley theorem on affiness of scheme

The question is related to another question asked here a couple of minutes ago: Does vanishing of cohomology of locally free sheaves imply affiness of scheme In Hartshorne Exercise 4.2,we have the ...
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Reconstruction of noncommutative scheme

It is known that a quasi compact scheme(even quasi separated scheme)can be determined uniquely by the category of quasi coherent sheaves on it by Gabriel-Rosenberg reconstruction theorem The ...
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A $2$-torsion version of the motivic stable homotopy category?

For a field $k$ there exists the motivic stable homotopy $SH(k)$; it is compactly generated. My question: does there exist a 'reasonable' functor $p$ from $SH(k)$ to a certain triangulated category ...
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Is a group scheme determined by its category of representations?

More precisely, let $G$ be an affine group scheme over a field $k$, $Rep_k(G)$ be the category of finite dimensional representations of G, and $\omega_0$ be the forgetful functor from $Rep_k(G)$ to ...
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Properness of the category of modules over a spectrum (that represents algebraic cobordism or motivic cohomology)

The abstract form of the question: let $C$ be a closed proper stable model category, $R$ is a ring object in it. Which conditions ensure that the category $R-mod$ is also proper? Since weak ...
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Nice references for injective model structures and Quillen functors between motivic homotopy categories

It seems that for the injective model structures for the categories simplicial presheaves and simplicial Nisnevich sheaves (on the category of smooth varieties over a perfect field $k$) there exist ...
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is the category of coherent sheaves some kind of abelian envelope of the category of vector bundles?

This might be obvious to experts, but I'm not sure where to look for the answer. On a reasonably nice, at least noetherian, scheme (or variety, algebraic space, stack), can the category of coherent ...
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how do automorphisms act on the right in grothendieck's galois theory

So, I'm reading through some notes on the etale fundamental group (mostly Murre, but also some other notes I have), and I find it confusing how in a galois category $\mathcal{C}$ with fundamental ...
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2-sheaf definition in nlab

I'm looking at the definition of 2-sheaf in the nlab http://ncatlab.org/nlab/show/2-sheaf and I get stuck with the definition of 2-separated. Especially with the expression ...
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Janelidze's Galois theory

I am interested in learning about categorical Galois theory, as developed by Janelidze. I am a graduate student who has good familiarity with category theory, but not in the level of doing research on ...
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Can we define the tensor product in the derived category $D^b_{\text{coh}}(X)$ just from $D^b_{\text{coh}}(X)$ in certain cases?

This question arise from the comparision of the reconstruction theorems of Bondal-Orlov and Balmer and is inspired by Shizhuo Zhang's mathoverflow question: How to unify various reconstruction ...
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Is the filtered colimit of sheaves of abelian groups a sheaf?

This might be embarrassingly simple, but I want to be 100% sure I am not missing any subtleties. Let $F_i$, $i\in I$ be a filtered inductive system of sheaves of abelian groups on some site. Take the ...
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is this a simplicial model category?

A basic result in the theory of model categories is that simplicial sets form a simplicial model category. The same is true for simplicial $k$-algebras. I have two questions related to this. One ...
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Comparison of two traces

Suppose $X$ is a smooth quasi-projective variety over $\mathbb{C}$ and $Z$ a proper subscheme, there is a formal duality isomorphism (here we consider the Zariski topology) due to Hartshorne: $$ tr: ...
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Lingering foundational question about sheaves of abelian groups

Motivation for the question: I have a standard working knowledge of sheaves. Given a scheme, a coherent module over its structure sheaf and a few hours I can compute things. Despite this I have ...
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Question on existence and atomicity of a geometric morphism

I am curious to know where we can find a geometric morphism from the Zariski topos to the étale topos and more specifically when this is atomic. I would like to know, actually, in which instances is ...
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Is the category of quasi-coherent $\mathcal{O}_X$-algebras cocomplete?

Let $X$ be a scheme. Is the category of quasi-coherent (commutative) $\mathcal{O}_X$-algebras cocomplete? Remark. The same question was asked in MSE last year. Since nobody has answered it, I post ...
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Categories of sheaves and Kan Extensions

This is quite a broad question regarding constructions of categories of sheaves in geometry. Let $\textbf{Sch}$ denote the category of schemes. Let $\textbf{SchAff}$ denote the full subcategory of ...
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Pure Quotient and pure sub-object

Let $\mathcal{C}$ be the category of modules over a ring. Let also $\mathcal{F}$ be a class of objects in $\mathcal C$ closed under pure subobject (pure quotient) and direct limit. Is $\mathcal{F}$ ...
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Is every module the colimit of its finitely generated submodules? (for algebraic spaces or stacks)

For (quasi-compact and quasi-separated) schemes there is a categorical way to characterise quasi-coherent sheaves of finite type using purely the abelian category $\operatorname{QCoh}(X)$. In an ...
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What is $Aut(Ell)$?

Consider the stack $Ell$ (of groupoids) of elliptic curves. I'm interested in the autoequivalence 2-group of $Ell$, the objects of which consists of transformations $Ell \Rightarrow Ell: Ring \to Gpd$ ...
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Is there a scheme corresponding to the unit interval?

Can someone complete the following table? $\begin{array}{cc} \text{Topology over } \mathbb{R} & \text{Topology over } \mathbb{C} & \text{Algebraic Geometry} \\\\ \hline \mathbb{R} & ...
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Construction of the spectral sequence of Katz/Oda

In their famous paper "On the differentiation of De Rham cohomology classes..." Katz and Oda construct the spectral sequence for de Rham cohomology for the situation of a smooth morphism $\pi: X ...
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Can Inequivalent Topologies Have Same Sheaves/Cohomology?

Let $C$ be a fixed category, and let $T_1$ and $T_2$ be two Grothendieck (pre)topologies on $C$. We say $T_1$ is subordinate to $T_2$ if every covering in $T_1$ has a refinement in $T_2$. We say $T_1$ ...
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How much of a variety can be reconstructed from codimension-zero data?

This is an improved version of this question. Maybe it should be an edit -- I'm not sure what the MO convention is. I'm curious, more or less, how much information one can get out of the derived ...
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How much of a variety can be reconstructed from codimension-zero data?

Suppose $X$ is a nice (finite type over $\mathbb{C}$, smooth and proper if necessary) variety. Suppose we're given the $\mathbb{C}$-points of $X$ as a set and for any finite subset $S\subset X$ we ...
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Calculate $Hom$ in derived category

Suppose $X$ is a smooth variety over $\mathbb{C}$. Let $K^{b}(X)$ be the homotopy category of bounded complex of coherent sheaves, and $D^{b}(X))$ be the derived category of bounded complex of ...
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When is a substack closed?

For this question we will consider the Zariski site of affine schemes and a stack $\mathcal{M}$ over it. I don't know what a substack is, but I have a guess. The stack $\mathcal{M}$ has an underlying ...