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Homological Conjectures by Tom Marley, Laura Lynch

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Homological Conjectures
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Publisher: University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Number of pages: 56

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This course is an overview of Homological Conjectures, in particular, the Zero Divisor Conjecture, the Rigidity Conjecture, the Intersection Conjectures, Bass' Conjecture, the Superheight Conjecture, the Direct Summand Conjecture, the Monomial Conjecture, the Syzygy Conjecture, and the big and small Cohen Macaulay Conjectures. Many of these are shown to imply others.

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