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Deforming syzygies of liftable modules and generalised Knörrer functors

Runar Ile (2007)

Collectanea Mathematica

Maps between deformation functors of modules are given which generalise the maps induced by the Knörrer functors. These maps become isomorphisms after introducing certain equations in the target functor restricting the Zariski tangent space. Explicit examples are given on how the isomorphisms extend results about deformation theory and classification of MCM modules to higher dimensions.

Images directes I : Espaces rigides analytiques et images directes

Jean-Yves Etesse (2012)

Journal de Théorie des Nombres de Bordeaux

Cet article est le premier d’une série de trois articles consacrés aux images directes d’isocristaux : ici nous considérons des isocristaux sans structure de Frobenius ; dans le deuxième [Et 6] (resp. le troisième [Et 7]), nous introduirons une structure de Frobenius dans le contexte convergent (resp. surconvergent).Pour un morphisme propre et lisse relevable nous établissons la surconvergence des images directes, grâce à un théorème de changement de base pour un morphisme propre entre espaces rigides...

On Strong Going-Between, Going-Down, And Their Universalizations, II

David E. Dobbs, Gabriel Picavet (2003)

Annales mathématiques Blaise Pascal

We consider analogies between the logically independent properties of strong going-between (SGB) and going-down (GD), as well as analogies between the universalizations of these properties. Transfer results are obtained for the (universally) SGB property relative to pullbacks and Nagata ring constructions. It is shown that if A B are domains such that A is an LFD universally going-down domain and B is algebraic over A , then the inclusion map A [ X 1 , , X n ] B [ X 1 , , X n ] satisfies GB for each n 0 . However, for any nonzero ring...

Regularity and intersections of bracket powers

Neil Epstein (2022)

Czechoslovak Mathematical Journal

Among reduced Noetherian prime characteristic commutative rings, we prove that a regular ring is precisely that where the finite intersection of ideals commutes with taking bracket powers. However, reducedness is essential for this equivalence. Connections are made with Ohm-Rush content theory, intersection-flatness of the Frobenius map, and various flatness criteria.

Remarks on Henselian rings.

Nowak, Krzysztof Jan (2008)

Zeszyty Naukowe Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego. Universitatis Iagellonicae Acta Mathematica

Submersions and effective descent of étale morphisms

David Rydh (2010)

Bulletin de la Société Mathématique de France

Using the flatification by blow-up result of Raynaud and Gruson, we obtain new results for submersive and subtrusive morphisms. We show that universally subtrusive morphisms, and in particular universally open morphisms, are morphisms of effective descent for the fibered category of étale morphisms. Our results extend and supplement previous treatments on submersive morphisms by Grothendieck, Picavet and Voevodsky. Applications include the universality of geometric quotients and the elimination...

The Artin conjecture for Q-algebras.

Ronan Quarez (1997)

Revista Matemática de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid

We give a simplification, in the case of Q-algebras, of the proof of Artin's Conjecture, which says that a regular morphism between Noetherian rings is the inductive limit of smooth morphisms of finite type.

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