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I addede a paragraph at Poincaré duality about the generalizations, and created the entry (so far only descent bibliography) Grothendieck duality; the list of examples expanded at duality. All prompted by seeing the today’s arXiv article of Drinfel’d and Boyarchenko.
I just threw in a statement at Grothendieck duality, because I found looking at 12 references a little daunting.
Is a “functorial isomorphism” the same thing as a natural isomorphism?
Thanks!
I have added redirects so that the pointers to
work. I also took the liberty of changing “functorial isomorphism” to natural isomorphism, as Toby suggested.
Yes. Sorry, I just glanced at one of the sources and for some reason it used that term.
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