Department of Mathematics

Student Algebra & Combinatorics

  •  Dan Normand, Harvard University
  •  The Isomorphism Theorems in an Abelian Category
  •  10/14/2019
  •  4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
  •  C304 Wells Hall

It is often said that abelian categories are where homology can "naturally" occur. As the notion of an isomorphism is indispensable to the study of homology---and an innate aspect of a category---, one would hope that there are analogues to the usual three isomorphism theorems of algebra in an arbitrary abelian category. In this [talk] we show that there are indeed such analogues, and we spend time developing the machinery to implement them

 

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