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 ...
Theorem 184.108.40.206 in Lurie's Higher Algebra (or Theorem 4.3.22 in DAG III) states (roughly speaking) that under certain conditions the ∞-category of commutative ∞-monoids in a given symmetric monoidal ...
When the survey Axiomatic Stable Homotopy, Neil Strickland, 2004 was written the category of motivic spectra was not investigated from the point of view of axiomatic stable homotopy, as considered ...
As the discussion here Is singular cohomology representable by a (Voevodsky's) motivic complex? shows, the singular cohomology of (smooth) complex varieties is represented by a motivic complex ...