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### Neeman's homotopy limits in stable $\infty$-categories

Related question (I hoped to turn this into an answer for the user, but in the end it became a question on its own right!): this
In the book
Neeman, Amnon. Triangulated categories. No. 148. ...

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### How to show twisted complexes over a DG category is again a DG category?

In Bondal and Kapranov's paper enhanced triangulated categories, a twisted complex over a DG category $A$ is a set $\{(E_i)_{i\in \mathbb Z}, q_{ij}: E_i\to E_j\}$, where $E_i$ are objects in $A$, ...

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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 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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### How do I find abelian subcategories of periodic triangulated categories?

If $T$ is a triangulated category, then the formalism of $t$-structures gives a way to find abelian subcategories inside. You're supposed to find two strictly full subcategories, $T^{\le 0}, T^{\ge ...

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### Relationship of additive and triangulated structures in the triangulated cateogry

In the triangulated category $T$, say we have two distinguished triangles: $$X \xrightarrow{f} Y \rightarrow C_f \rightarrow X[1], $$ $$ X \xrightarrow{g} Y \rightarrow C_g \rightarrow X[1]$$ Of ...

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### Where should one go to learn about triangulated categories?

Lurie's book, higher topos theory describes a new notion of a triangulated category, which is apparently much more natural than the usual definition. Obviously by now a great deal of work has been ...

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### Resolutions of unbounded complexes and homotopy (co)limits.

I want to understand once and for all what the resolution of an unbounded complex is. I've been trying to read 'Homotopy limits in triangulated categories' by Marcel Bokstedt and Amnon Neeman and ...

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### Enriched triangulated categories

If $V$ is a monoidal model category, then its homotopy category $\mathrm{Ho}(V)$ is a monoidal category. Similarly, if $M$ is a $V$-model category, then $\mathrm{Ho}(M)$ is a ...

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### Terminology - subcategories of Abelian categories

Hello,
I have terminological question. Consider the following properties of a full subcategory $B \subset A$, where $A$ is an abelian category, and we assume $B$ to be closed under finite direct ...

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### Why not define triangulated categories using a mapping cone functor?

Recall that the usual definition of a triangulated category is an additive category equipped with a self equivalence called $[1]$ in which certain diagrams, of the form $X \to Y \to Z \to X[1]$ are ...

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### Neeman's Lemma 1.4.4 (in his book on triangulated categories)

When proving Lemma 1.4.4 in his book on triangulated categories, Neeman asserts that a certain mapping cone splits into a direct sum of three candidate triangles. I'm unable to see why this is so. ...

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### Showing the category of perfect complexes on a scheme is essentially small

So I've tried to set up a few meetings with professors to talk about this, but I think one of them forgot about it after a big conference, and the other is still on vacation... in the meantime...
At ...

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### Sequential colim vs sequential hocolim

Suppose we have some homotopical setting in which we can speak of homotopy colimits. The setting I have in mind at the moment is that of a compactly generated triangulated category with a model, but ...

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### Do homotopy colimits always commute with homotopy colimits?

Do homotopy colimits commute with homotopy colimits? The setting I am thinking of is that of a triangulated category with a model, but it would be interesting to have more general answers as well. A ...

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### If a colimit of distinguished triangles exists, is it also a distinguished triangle?

Consider the following situation in some triangulated category: We are given a collection of distinguished triangles $A_n \to B_n \to C_n \to A_n[1]$ indexed by the natural numbers, together with maps ...

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### Pre-triangulated category that isn't triangulated

I've been working through some of the early parts of Neeman's book on triangulated categories, and he mentions that he does not know of a pre-triangulated category that is not triangulated. Is this ...

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### t-structures and higher categories?

I'm curious to find out where the viewpoint of higher categories may be useful so here is a somewhat vague question (which may or may not have a reasonable answer).
Given a triangulated category, one ...

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### A toy example of a tensor triangulated category?

I've been reading Paul Balmer's paper about constructing a "spectrum of prime ideals" on (essentially small) tensor triangulated category in order to then classify thick subcategories. This is all ...

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### Is the tensorproduct of a triangulated category with a ring again triangulated?

$\underline{Background}$ :
Suppose $\tau$ is a preadditive category and $R$ a ring. Then one may form a new preadditive category $\tau \otimes R$ in the following way:
$\tau \otimes R$ has the same ...

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### Verdier duality via Brown representability?

Hello,
I wonder if the techniques introduced in Neemans paper:
"The Grothendieck duality theorem via Bousfield's techniques and Brown representability "
can be used to establish Verdier duality. More ...

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### What is the relationship between t-structure and Torsion pair?

I am away from Torsion theory in abelian category for some while. So It might be a stupid question.
The definition of torsion pair in category of modules is as follows:
Definition:
A pair ...

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### Relative Frobenius Structure on the Category of G-modules

Let $G$ be a group $H\leq G$ a subgroup of finite index. Further, let ${\mathcal E}^G_H$ denote the class of those short exact sequences of $G$-modules (over some fixed base ring) which split when ...

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### Motivation for Cosuspended Category Axioms

Today I was wondering about the axioms given by Bernhard Keller for Cosuspended Categories.
The axioms of a triangle feel very much like exactness, but not quite. The last axiom about the large ...

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### Derived Functors in arbitrary triangulated categories

Let ${\mathcal D}$ be a triangulated category, ${\mathcal C}$ a triangulated subcategory and $Q: {\mathcal D}\to {\mathcal D}/{\mathcal C}$ the corresponding Verdier-localization. Now suppose we have ...

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### Localization(s) of Categories

I've been trying to read a paper by Krause and came across a strange (to me, of course) notion of localization. After looking around for a long time, and then finding this on his site, I see that ...