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Tensor products of higher almost split sequences

Andrea Pasquali;
Open Access English
  • Published: 19 May 2015
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Comment: 20 pages
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free text keywords: Mathematics - Representation Theory, 16G10 (Primary), 16G70 (Secondary), Tensor product of modules, Tensor product, Pure mathematics, Algebra, Tensor density, Tensor product of algebras, Tensor contraction, Tensor (intrinsic definition), Symmetric tensor, Tensor product of Hilbert spaces, Mathematics
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