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Birational maps and Nori motives

@inproceedings{Combe2020BirationalMA,
  title={Birational maps and Nori motives},
  author={Noemie C. Combe and Yu. I. Manin and Matilde Marcolli},
  year={2020}
}
The monograph [HuM-St17] contains a systematical exposition of Nori motives that were developed and studied as the “universal (co)homology theory” of algebraic varieties (or schemes), according to the prophetic vision of A. Grothendieck. Since then, some research was dedicated to application of Nori motives in various domains of algebraic geometry: geometries in characteristic 1 ([LieMaMar19], [MaMar18]), absolute Galois group ([MaMar19-2]), persistence formalism ([MaMar19-1]). In this note, we… 

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