, the Grothendieck–Riemann–Roch theorem is a far-reaching result on coherent cohomology. It is a generalisation of the Hirzebruch–Riemann–Roch theorem, about complex manifolds, which is itself a generalisation of the classical Riemann–Roch theorem for line bundles on compact Riemann surfaces.

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Equivariant Riemann-Roch on DM stacks?

Does an equivariant version of (Toen)-Riemann-Roch theorem hold say over a smooth Deligne-Mumford stack $X$ over the complex numbers? Any references that state this explicitely? Are there formulas ...
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Riemann-Roch for curves over Dedekind domains and base-change for modular forms

In p-adic properties of modular schemes and modular forms Katz formulates the following base change theorem as Theorem 1.7.1 Let $n\geq 3$ and $\overline{\mathcal{M}}_n$ be the compactified moduli ...
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Faltings-Riemann-Roch Theorem

I found the famous Faltings book ``Lectures on arithmetic Riemann-Roch theorem". In the book, very analytic techniques such as Garding inequality or heat kernel are explained. I have no idea where ...
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$\lambda$-ring structure defined for a graded ring in Fulton-Lang's book

Given a commutative ring $A$ with unity, Grothendieck used universal polynomials to define a special $\lambda$-ring structure on $\Lambda(A):=1+t\:A[[t]]$. Suppose $A$ is graded, say ...
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Serre duality and Hirzebruch-Riemann-Roch in the non-projective case

Serre duality and the Hirzebruch-Riemann-Roch formula are usually stated for $X$ a smooth projective algebraic variety. Do you know of a reference which proves these results for $X$ smooth and proper? ...