Tilting theory and the finitistic dimension conjectures

@article{AngeleriHugel2002TiltingTA,
  title={Tilting theory and the finitistic dimension conjectures},
  author={Lidia Angeleri-Hugel and Jan Trlifaj},
  journal={Transactions of the American Mathematical Society},
  year={2002},
  volume={354},
  pages={4345-4358}
}
Let R be a right noetherian ring and let P<∞ be the class of all finitely presented modules of finite projective dimension. We prove that findimR = n < ∞ iff there is an (infinitely generated) tilting module T such that pdT = n and T⊥ = (p<∞)⊥. If R is an artin algebra, then T can be taken to be finitely generated iff p<∞ is contravariantly finite. We also obtain a sufficient condition for validity of the First Finitistic Dimension Conjecture that extends the well-known result of Huisgen… 
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