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Graduate student at UC Berkeley.
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Is homology finitely generated as an algebra?
@BenWieland: A proof is now in Proposition 8.9 of arxiv.org/pdf/1406.4947v3.pdf |
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Failure of “equivariant triangulation” for finite complexes equipped with a $G$-action
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Failure of “equivariant triangulation” for finite complexes equipped with a $G$-action
For $\mathbb{Z}/p$-actions on finite spectra, then if a spectrum $X \in \mathrm{Fun}(B\mathbb{Z}/p, \mathrm{Sp})$ belongs to the thick subcategory generated by $S^0$ and $(\mathbb{Z}/p)_+$, its Tate construction needs to be the $p$-adic completion of a finite spectrum. I was hoping that it might be possible to argue along those lines. |
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Failure of “equivariant triangulation” for finite complexes equipped with a $G$-action
@Jacob: Yes, that's precisely the kind of reasoning that I had hoped would be applicable. I'm also interested in the case of finite group actions on finite spectra (in which case one could hope to use the Segal conjecture). Still, it doesn't seem easy to build a natural example (especially since one would need to be able to say something about the homotopy fixed points for this). |
Nov 28 |
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Failure of “equivariant triangulation” for finite complexes equipped with a $G$-action
@JacobLurie: I agree, but I'm looking for objects in $\mathrm{Fun}(BG, \mathcal{S})$ whose image in $\mathcal{S}$ is compact; they don't have to be compact in $\mathrm{Fun}(BG, \mathcal{S})$ itself. |
Nov 28 |
asked | Failure of “equivariant triangulation” for finite complexes equipped with a $G$-action |
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awarded | Nice Question |
Oct 31 |
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Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories
@DavidBen-Zvi: Sounds like the statement I was looking for. I'll ask Sam about this further when I next see him. Thanks. |
Oct 31 |
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Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories
Actually, it looks like you're indicating it does apply in the geometric Satake setting -- so I suppose what I'm looking for is a description (or reference for) the version of Riemann-Hilbert that applies here. |
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Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories
In particular, I'd be curious if it applies in the geometric Satake setting as well (though I'd also like to understand the E_2-structure in the affine Kac-Moody case). |
Oct 31 |
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Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories
@DavidBen-Zvi: Could you elaborate on the condition of "integrability" which enables one to obtain the E_2-category? |
Oct 31 |
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Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories
@TheoJohnson-Freyd: Yes, I believe that the "crystal" datum (for a chiral category) is supposed to be the algebro-geometric analog of local (or, at least, infinitesimal) constancy. |
Oct 31 |
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Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories
@S.Carnahan : You are right, perhaps this is part of the definition. |
Oct 31 |
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Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories
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Oct 30 |
asked | Chiral categories versus braided monoidal categories |
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awarded | Popular Question |
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Oct 3 |
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Is homology finitely generated as an algebra?
@BenWieland: I think their work is forthcoming. Yes, you can construct smashing localizations in this manner for any open subscheme of a (noetherian, say) scheme. In fact, there is a one-to-one correspondence between open subschemes and compact algebras $A$ with $A \otimes A \to A$ (I learned this from Bhargav). |
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awarded | Nice Answer |