By Joseph J. Rotman
Graduate arithmetic scholars will locate this publication an easy-to-follow, step by step advisor to the topic. Rotman’s publication offers a therapy of homological algebra which techniques the topic when it comes to its origins in algebraic topology. during this re-creation the publication has been up to date and revised all through and new fabric on sheaves and cup items has been additional. the writer has additionally integrated fabric approximately homotopical algebra, alias K-theory. studying homological algebra is a two-stage affair. First, one needs to study the language of Ext and Tor. moment, one needs to be capable of compute this stuff with spectral sequences. here's a paintings that mixes the two.
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I) Given a bimodule R A S and a left module S B, then the tensor product A ⊗ S B is a left R-module, the place r (a ⊗ b) = (ra) ⊗ b. equally, given A S and S B R , the tensor product A ⊗ S B is a correct Rmodule, the place (a ⊗ b)r = a ⊗ (br ). (ii) the hoop R is an (R, S)-bimodule and, if M is a left S-module, then R ⊗ S M is a left R-module. facts. (i) For fastened r ∈ R, the multiplication μr : A → A, outlined by way of a → ra, is an S-map, for A being a bimodule provides μr (as) = r (as) = (ra)s = μr (a)s. If F = ⊗ S B : Mod S → Ab, then F(μr ) : A ⊗ S B → A ⊗ S B is a (well-defined) Z-homomorphism. hence, F(μr ) = μr ⊗ 1 B : a ⊗ b → (ra) ⊗ b, and so the formulation within the assertion of the lemma is smart. it's now undemanding to envision that the module axioms do carry for A ⊗ S B. (ii) instance 2. 50(i) exhibits that R might be considered as an (R, S)-bimodule, and so half (i) applies. • for instance, if V and W are vector areas over a box okay, then their tensor product V ⊗k W is additionally a vector house over ok. 2. 2 Tens or items seventy seven instance 2. fifty two. If H is a subgroup of a bunch G, then a illustration of H supplies a left okay H -module B. Now okay H ⊆ kG is a subring, in order that kG is a (kG, okay H )-bimodule. hence, Proposition 2. 51(ii) indicates that kG⊗k H B is a left kG-module. The corresponding illustration of G is termed the prompted illustration. We see that proving houses of tensor product is usually a subject of unveiling that seen maps are, certainly, well-defined services. Corollary 2. fifty three. (i) Given a bimodule S A R , the functor A ⊗ R takes values in S Mod. : R Mod → Ab truly (ii) If R is a hoop, then A ⊗ R B is a Z (R)-module, the place r (a ⊗ b) = (ra) ⊗ b = a ⊗ r b for all r ∈ Z (R), a ∈ A, and b ∈ B. (iii) If R is a hoop, r ∈ Z (R), and μr : B → B is multiplication by means of r , then 1 A ⊗ μr : A ⊗ R B → A ⊗ R B can also be multiplication through r . evidence. (i) by way of Proposition 2. fifty one, A ⊗ R B is a left S-module, the place s(a ⊗ b) = (sa) ⊗ b, and so it suffices to teach that if g : B → B is a map of left R-modules, then 1 A ⊗ g is an S-map. yet (1 A ⊗ g)[s(a ⊗ b)] = (1 A ⊗ g)[(sa) ⊗ b] = (sa) ⊗ gb = s(a ⊗ gb) by way of Proposition 2. fifty one = s(1 A ⊗ g)(a ⊗ b). (ii) because the heart Z (R) is commutative, we could regard A and B as (Z (R), Z (R))-bimodules through defining ar = ra and br = r b for all r ∈ Z (R), a ∈ A, and b ∈ B. Proposition 2. 51(i) now supplies r (a ⊗ b) = (ra) ⊗ b = (ar ) ⊗ b = a ⊗ r b. (iii) This assertion in basic terms sees the final equation a ⊗ r b = r (a ⊗ b) from a special perspective: (1 A ⊗ μr )(a ⊗ b) = a ⊗ r b = r (a ⊗ b). • the subsequent technical consequence enhances Proposition 2. fifty one: while one of many modules is a bimodule, then Hom additionally has additional constitution. The reader will usually refer again to this. seventy eight Hom and Tens or Proposition 2. fifty four. Ch. 2 permit R and S be earrings. (i) Given R A S and R B, then Hom R (A, B) is a left S-module, the place s f : a → f (as), and Hom R (A, ) is a functor R Mod → S Mod. (ii) Given R A S and B S , then Hom S (A, B) is a correct R-module, the place f r : a → f (ra), and Hom S (A, ) is a functor Mod S → Mod R . (iii) Given S B R and A R , then Hom R (A, B) is a left S-module, the place s f : a → s[ f (a)], and Hom R ( , B) is a functor Mod R → S Mod.
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