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I'm a PhD student at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
Nov 25 |
accepted | Exactness of an additive left Kan extension |
Nov 25 |
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Exactness of an additive left Kan extension
@FilippoAlbertoEdoardo I'm not defining $F_!$ as a restriction, I define $F$ as a restriction. $F_!$ is the additive left Kan extension to $F$, in particular, while $F$ is a functor $fp(R)\to fp(S)$, $F_!$ goes from the category of additive functors on $fp(R)$ to Abelian groups, to the same category of presheaves over $fp(S)$. |
Nov 24 |
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Exactness of an additive left Kan extension
You are right, $\mathbb Z\to \mathbb Q$ is flat (an Abelian group is flat if and only if it is torsion free). So $f^*$ cannot be restricted to a functor $fp(\mathbb Q)\to fp(\mathbb Z)$, but I am not asking that. I am just restricting $f_!$ and using its exactness (in your example it is clear that the image of a finitely presented module is a finite dimensional rational vector space). |
Nov 24 |
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Exactness of an additive left Kan extension
OK sorry! Now I see the problem, there was a missprint (now corrected). $f_!$ had to be $\phi_!$ |
Nov 24 |
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Nov 24 |
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Exactness of an additive left Kan extension
Well both $(\phi_!,\phi^*)$ and $(F_!,F^*)$ are adjunctions (where $(-)_!$ is used here to denote left adjoints and $(-)^*$ indicates right adjoints). The relation with $\phi$ is explained in the question. |
Nov 24 |
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Nov 24 |
asked | Exactness of an additive left Kan extension |
Oct 20 |
accepted | Cocomplete but not complete abelian category |
Sep 24 |
awarded | Autobiographer |
Jul 4 |
awarded | Yearling |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 6 |
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Krull dimension of dense extensions
I do not see why... the atomic Boolean algebras seem to have Gabriel dimension 1. |
Jun 6 |
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Krull dimension of dense extensions
I've added the two definitions |
Jun 6 |
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Jun 6 |
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Krull dimension of dense extensions
very interesting, nice proof! Do you have any guess on the Gabriel dimension? |
Jun 6 |
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Krull dimension of dense extensions
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Jun 5 |
asked | Krull dimension of dense extensions |
Apr 28 |
awarded | Revival |
Apr 28 |
answered | Analogy between Lagrange's Theorem and Rank-Nullity Theorem? |