schematic algebra


The functor ProjProj of a graded commutative algebra is a projective variety. Projective schemes? are particular cases of schemes, so they have nontrivial covers by open affine subschemes. In the noncommutative case, Ore localizations (even on one-sided Ore sets) on Ore sets which are multiplicatively generated by finite subsets behave very much like Zariski-open subsets. F. van Oystaeyen produced an appropriate notion of a cover in terms of Ore localizations at two-sided Ore subsets in a graded algebra to define a notion of schematic algebra.


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  • F. van Oystaeyen, Algebraic geometry for associative algebras, 287 p. Dekker, 2000.

  • F. van Oystaeyen, L. Willaert, Cohomology of schematic algebras, J. algebra 185:1 (1996), p. 74–84

  • F. van Oystaeyen, L. Willaert, Grothendieck topology, coherent sheaves and Serre’s theorem for schematic algebras, J. Pure and Appl. Algebra, 104 (1995), p. 109–122

  • F. van Oystaeyen, L. Willaert, The quantum site of a schematic algebra, Comm. Alg. 24:1(1996), p. 209–222

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