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The "fundamental theorem" for the algebraic $K$-theory of strongly $\mathbb{Z}$-graded rings

  title={The "fundamental theorem" for the algebraic \$K\$-theory of strongly \$\mathbb\{Z\}\$-graded rings},
  author={Thomas Huettemann},
  journal={arXiv: K-Theory and Homology},
  • T. Huettemann
  • Published 3 March 2020
  • Mathematics
  • arXiv: K-Theory and Homology
The "fundamental theorem" for algebraic $K$-theory expresses the $K$-groups of a Laurent polynomial ring $L[t,t^{-1}]$ as a direct sum of two copies of the $K$-groups of $L$ (with a degree shift in one copy), and certain "nil" groups of $L$. It is shown here that a modified version of this result generalises to strongly $\mathbb{Z}$-graded rings; rather than the algebraic $K$-groups of $L$, the splitting involves groups related to the shift actions on the category of $L$-modules coming from the… 
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