Dokuz Eylül University Mathematics Department Seminars

Pure Homological Algebra on Grothendieck Monoidal Categories
Sinem Odabaşı
Universidad de Murcia, Spain
Özet : For any commutative ring $R$, $R\Mod$ and $R\mod$ denote the category of $R$-modules and finitely presented $R$-modules, respectively. Then $R$ may be viewed as an additive category having just one object $R$ with morphism group $\Hom(R,R) :=R$. Then $R\Mod$ is just the category $\Add(R,\Ab)$ of additive abelian group valued functors. Conversely, for a small additive category $A$, $\Add(A,\Ab)$ can be seen as a generalization of a ring. This comparison between modules and functors plays an important role in (Relative) Homological Algebra and Representation Theory. Among them, it helps us to handle the pure-exact structure in $R\Mod$ as the usual exact structure of certain subcategories of $S\Mod$, for some ring $S$ with enough idempotents. These correspondences are precisely given by functors $\Hom(-,-)$ and $-\otimes -$. In \cite{CB}, it was shown that the $\Hom$ functor would continue doing its duty for any additive category $\mathcal{A}$ whenever $\mathcal{A}$ is locally finitely presentable. In this talk, we claim to work on the second case, i.e., the link between purity and functor categories through the tensor functor $-\otimes -$ when a category $\V$ has a symmetric closed monoidal structure $\otimes$. For that, we are needed to deal with not only additive but also $\V$-enriched functors. Then we see that the theory can be developed for Grothendieck and locally finitely presentable base categories. Later, we see the applicability of the result on certain nontrivial examples such as the category of complexes and quasi-coherent sheaves. This is a joint work with Henrik Holm.
  Tarih : 11.12.2015
  Saat : 13:30
  Yer : B206
  Dil : English
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