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Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jan 15 |
asked | Coproduct of Weak Bialgebras |
Dec 3 |
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Are the categories of bialgebras and weak biaglebras cocomplete/algebraic?
One more question about coprodut of weak bialgebras, how do you concretely compute a coproduct (or colimit) of weak bialgebras. In other words, you can compute the coproduct of the underlying algebras, but then how do you build the appropriate weak bialgebra structure on it? |
Oct 22 |
accepted | Are the categories of bialgebras and weak biaglebras cocomplete/algebraic? |
Oct 22 |
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Are the categories of bialgebras and weak biaglebras cocomplete/algebraic?
Makes sense, thanks! |
Oct 19 |
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Are the categories of bialgebras and weak biaglebras cocomplete/algebraic?
I've seen in Adamek - Rosicky that an equifer is accessible (Lem. 2.76), so how do we get cocompleteness? |
Sep 28 |
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Are the categories of bialgebras and weak biaglebras cocomplete/algebraic?
Thanks for the answer! what about the category of weak bialgebras? |
Sep 28 |
asked | Are the categories of bialgebras and weak biaglebras cocomplete/algebraic? |
May 21 |
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Noncommutative Localization of a Ring : Complete Construction
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May 21 |
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Noncommutative Localization of a Ring : Complete Construction
Thanks David! Here as well, Artin only construct the ring of fractions for a set S containing only regular elements. This construction does not work in the general case, when we allow elements in S to be zero-divisors. |
May 21 |
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Noncommutative Localization of a Ring : Complete Construction
Thanks for the link! But in chapter 6, Goodearl & Warfield only treat the case where the set S contains no zero-divisor. I am looking the more general case where S can contain zero-divisors as well. |
May 21 |
asked | Noncommutative Localization of a Ring : Complete Construction |
Feb 10 |
asked | Group-like Elements in a Coquasitriangular Bialgebra |
Jan 23 |
awarded | Scholar |
Jan 23 |
awarded | Supporter |
Jan 23 |
accepted | Is a bialgebra with all group-like elements invertible a Hopf algebra? |
Jan 20 |
awarded | Editor |
Jan 20 |
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Is a bialgebra with all group-like elements invertible a Hopf algebra?
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Jan 20 |
awarded | Student |
Jan 20 |
asked | Is a bialgebra with all group-like elements invertible a Hopf algebra? |