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Adams spectral sequences and Franke's algebraicity conjecture

@inproceedings{Patchkoria2021AdamsSS,
  title={Adams spectral sequences and Franke's algebraicity conjecture},
  author={Irakli Patchkoria and Piotr Pstrkagowski},
  year={2021}
}
To any well-behaved homology theory we associate a derived $\infty$-category which encodes its Adams spectral sequence. As applications, we prove a conjecture of Franke on algebraicity of certain homotopy categories and establish homotopy-coherent monoidality of the Adams filtration. 

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