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Realization of Voevodsky's Motives Acknowledgments I Would like to Thank B. Kahn and M. Spiess Who Organized an Enlightening Arbeitsgemeinschaft on Voevodsky's Work in Oberwolfach. I Prooted from Discussions With

@inproceedings{Huber1998RealizationOV,
  title={Realization of Voevodsky's Motives Acknowledgments I Would like to Thank B. Kahn and M. Spiess Who Organized an Enlightening Arbeitsgemeinschaft on Voevodsky's Work in Oberwolfach. I Prooted from Discussions With},
  author={A. Huber},
  year={1998}
}
  • A. Huber
  • Published 1998
  • Introduction The theory of motives has always had two faces. One is the geometric face where a universal cohomology theory for varieties is cooked up from geometric objects like cycles. The other one is the linear algebra face where restricting conditions are put on objects of linear algebra like vector spaces with an operation of the Galois group. The ideal theorem would be an equivalence of these two approaches. For pure motives, Grothendieck proposed a geometric construction. The linear… CONTINUE READING
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