THE COHOMOLOGY OF SHEAVES

@inproceedings{Nicolaescu2011THECO,
  title={THE COHOMOLOGY OF SHEAVES},
  author={Liviu I. Nicolaescu},
  year={2011}
}
A fast introduction to the the construction of the cohomology of sheaves pioneered by A. Grothendieck and J.L. Verdier. The approach is from the point of view of derived categories, though this concept is never mentioned. 1. Sheaves Let R commutative ring with 1. We denote by RMod the category of R-modules. For any topological space X we denote by OpenpXq the collection of open subsets. It can be organized as a category in which the morphisms are given by inclusions. A pre-sheaf of R-modules is… 
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