Lecture Notes on Motivic Cohomology
by Carlo Mazza, Vladimir Voevodsky, Charles Weibel
Publisher: AMS 2005
Number of pages: 228
This book provides an account of the triangulated theory of motives. Its purpose is to introduce Motivic Cohomology, to develop its main properties, and finally to relate it to other known invariants of algebraic varieties and rings such as Milnor K-theory, etale cohomology, and Chow groups.
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