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Dualization in algebraic K-theory and the invariant e¹ of quadratic forms over schemes

Marek Szyjewski (2011)

Fundamenta Mathematicae

In the classical Witt theory over a field F, the study of quadratic forms begins with two simple invariants: the dimension of a form modulo 2, called the dimension index and denoted e⁰: W(F) → ℤ/2, and the discriminant e¹ with values in k₁(F) = F*/F*², which behaves well on the fundamental ideal I(F)= ker(e⁰). Here a more sophisticated situation is considered, of quadratic forms over a scheme and, more generally, over an exact category with duality. Our purposes are: ...

Finiteness of cominuscule quantum K -theory

Anders S. Buch, Pierre-Emmanuel Chaput, Leonardo C. Mihalcea, Nicolas Perrin (2013)

Annales scientifiques de l'École Normale Supérieure

The product of two Schubert classes in the quantum K -theory ring of a homogeneous space X = G / P is a formal power series with coefficients in the Grothendieck ring of algebraic vector bundles on  X . We show that if X is cominuscule, then this power series has only finitely many non-zero terms. The proof is based on a geometric study of boundary Gromov-Witten varieties in the Kontsevich moduli space, consisting of stable maps to  X that take the marked points to general Schubert varieties and whose domains...

On extensions of mixed motives.

Christopher Deninger (1997)

Collectanea Mathematica

In this article we give an introduction to mixed motives and sketch a couple of ways to construct examples.

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