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The K-theoretical aspect of the commutative Bezout rings is established using the arithmetical properties of the Bezout rings in order to obtain a ring of all Smith normal forms of matrices over the Bezout ring. The internal structure and basic properties of such rings are discussed as well as their presentations by the Witt vectors. In a case of a commutative von Neumann regular rings the famous Grothendieck group K0(R) obtains the alternative description.
The goal of this paper is to prove that if certain ‘standard’ conjectures on motives over algebraically closed fields hold, then over any ‘reasonable’ scheme
there exists a motivic
-structure for the category
of relative Voevodsky’s motives (to be more precise, for the Beilinson motives described by Cisinski and Deglise). If
is of finite type over a field, then the heart of this
-structure (the category of mixed motivic sheaves over
) is endowed with a weight filtration with semisimple factors. We also prove a certain ‘motivic decomposition theorem’ (assuming the conjectures mentioned) and characterize semisimple motivic sheaves over
in terms of those over its residue fields. Our main tool is the theory of weight structures. We actually prove somewhat more than the existence of a weight filtration for mixed motivic sheaves: we prove that the motivic
-structure is transversal to the Chow weight structure for
(that was introduced previously by Hébert and the author). We also deduce several properties of mixed motivic sheaves from this fact. Our reasoning relies on the degeneration of Chow weight spectral sequences for ‘perverse étale homology’ (which we prove unconditionally); this statement also yields the existence of the Chow weight filtration for such (co)homology that is strictly restricted by (‘motivic’) morphisms.
We develop some basic homological theory of hopfological algebra as defined by Khovanov [Hopfological algebra and categorification at a root of unity: the first steps, Preprint (2006), arXiv:math/0509083v2]. Several properties in hopfological algebra analogous to those of usual homological theory of DG algebras are obtained.
The main goal of this paper is to deduce (from a recent resolution of singularities result of Gabber) the following fact: (effective) Chow motives with ℤ[1/p]-coefficients over a perfect field k of characteristic p generate the category DMeffgm[1/p] (of effective geometric Voevodsky’s motives with ℤ[1/p]-coefficients). It follows that DMeffgm[1/p] can be endowed with a Chow weight structure wChow whose heart is Choweff[1/p] (weight structures were introduced in a preceding paper, where the existence of wChow for DMeffgmℚ was also proved). As shown in previous papers, this statement immediately yields the existence of a conservative weight complex functor DMeffgm[1/p]→Kb (Choweff [1/p]) (which induces an isomorphism on K0-groups), as well as the existence of canonical and functorial (Chow)-weight spectral sequences and weight filtrations for any cohomology theory on DMeffgm[1/p] . We also mention a certain Chow t-structure for DMeff−[1/p] and relate it with unramified cohomology.
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