By A.I. Kostrikin, I.R. Shafarevich, P.M. Cohn, R.W. Carter, V.P. Platonov, V.I. Yanchevskii
The first contribution via Carter covers the idea of finite teams of Lie variety, a major box of present mathematical examine. within the moment half, Platonov and Yanchevskii survey the constitution of finite-dimensional department algebras, together with an account of lowered K-theory.
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V) D(F’) = (F’) This element of Db(X) is called the intersection cohomology complex ICY(X). Its cohomology sheaves lH’(X, @,) = H’(IC’(X)) are called the intersection cohomology sheaves on X. The stalks of these sheaves, H’(X, @,), for x E X, are called the local intersection cohomology groups of X. We next define the global intersection cohomology groups of X. Given any morphism f: X --+ Y of algebraic varieties and a complex of sheaves(F’) E D’(X) there is a direct image (f,F’) E Db(Y). Let us now take Y to be the variety consisting of a single point.
4 Unipotent Characters of Suzuki and Ree Groups We now suppose that GF is a Suzuki or Ree group. Thus GF = 2B,(q2) where q2 = 22e+1for some e 3 0 E Z, or GF = ‘G,(q2) where q2 = 32’f’ for somee 3 0 E Z. The unipotent characters of GF again fall into families with one family for each F-stable special unipotent classof G. Suppose we are given an F-stable special unipotent class C of G. Consider also the split group GF’ of the sametype as CF. Thus GF2has type B2(q2), G2(q2), F4(q2) respectively. There is a family F of unipotent characters of GF2corresponding to the special unipotent classC.
For each open subset U of X we then have maps d,(U) ... - T(u, F-‘) satisfying di+l(U) d T&T, F”) 3 I-(u, F’) y T(u, F2) - ... 0 di( U) = 0 for all i. We define Xi(U, 8 6. Character Theory Using l-adic Intersection Cohomology of the Finite F’) = ker d,(U)/im divl (U). These vector spaces XO’(U, F’) form a presheaf on X, whose shealilication is denoted by H’(F’). Now let us take two bounded complexes of sheaves F’, G’ on X. Suppose we have morphisms of sheaves &: F’ + G’ such that the diagram . , F-1 .