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A generalization of Waldhausen K-theory to dualizable dg-categories and dualizable stable ∞-categories.
For compactly generated inputs, recovers the Waldhausen K-theory of the full subcategory of compact objects.
The formalism is applicable to $\lambda$-presentable stable ∞-categories, where $\lambda$ can be uncountable (for example, various categories of sheaves, or categories occurring in functional analysis).
Alexander Efimov, On the K-theory of large triangulated categories, ICM 2022, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUDeLo9JTro
Marc Hoyois, K-theory of dualizable categories (after A. Efimov), https://hoyois.app.uni-regensburg.de/papers/efimov.pdf.
Li He, Efimov K-theory and universal localizing invariant, arXiv:2302.13052.
according to the pdf itself, Nikolaus is not the only author:
No?
Re #3: It’s a course by Thomas Nikolaus. But probably both should be listed as authors of lecture notes, since this is what is being cited.
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and will add to his page.
Interesting, the analogy he describes between dualizable categories and compact Hausdorff spaces in Appendix F.
I see Efimov has a typo in his title. Assuming he’ll fix this soon, I’ll change it.
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