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Residues and Duality by Robin Hartshorne

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Residues and Duality
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 3540036032
ISBN-13: 9783540036036
Number of pages: 434

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The main purpose of these notes is to prove a duality theorem for cohomology of quasi-coherent sheaves, with respect to a proper morphism of locally noetherian preschemes. Various such theorems are already known. Typical is the duality theorem for a non-singular complete curve X over an algebraically closed field k ...

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