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Model structures and recollements induced by duality pairs

  title={Model structures and recollements induced by duality pairs},
  author={Wenjing Chen and Ling Li and Y. Prabhakara Rao},
We give some equivalent characterizations of GP, the class of Gorenstein (L,A)projective modules, and construct some model structures associated to duality pairs and Frobenius pairs. Moreover, some rings are described by Frobenius pairs. Meanwhile, we investigate strongly Gorenstein (L,A)-projective modules and obtain some equivalent characterizations of them. Also, some model structures and recollements associated to strongly Gorenstein (L,A)-projective modules are constructed. 


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