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K-theory of admissible Zariski-Riemann spaces

  title={K-theory of admissible Zariski-Riemann spaces},
  author={Christian Dahlhausen},
We study relative algebraic K-theory of admissible Zariski-Riemann spaces and prove that it is equivalent to G-theory and satisfies homotopy invariance. Moreover, we provide an example of a non-noetherian abelian category whose negative K-theory vanishes. 


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