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Lecture Notes On Motivic Cohomology

@inproceedings{Mazza2006LectureNO,
  title={Lecture Notes On Motivic Cohomology},
  author={Carlo Mazza and Vladimir Voevodsky and Charles A. Weibel},
  year={2006}
}
* Etale motivic theory: * Etale sheaves with transfers * The relative Picard group and Suslin's rigidity theorem * Derived tensor products $\mathbb{A}^1$-weak equivalence * Etale motivic cohomology and algebraic singular homology * Nisnevich sheaves with transfers: * Standard triples * Nisnevich sheaves* * Nisnevich sheaves with transfers * The triangulated category of motives: * The category of motives * The complex $\mathbb{Z}(n)$ and $\mathbb{P}^n$ Equidimensional cycles * Higher Chow groups… 
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