Differential Equations and Linear Algebra (2nd Edition) by Stephen W. Goode

By Stephen W. Goode

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1) Proposition. Let 0→V →V →V →0 be an exact sequence of complexes. Then we have a canonical isomorphism det(V ) ⊗ det(V ) → det(V ). Proof. Let {u 1 , . . , u m } be a basis of V . Let {v1 , . . , vn } be a basis of V . Denote by g the linear map from V to V , and let f denote the linear map from V to V . We choose the elements w1 , . . , wn in V so f (wi ) = vi for i = 1, . . , n. We define the isomorphism j : det(V ) ⊗ det(V ) → det(V ) by setting j(u 1 ∧ . . ∧ u m ⊗ v1 ∧ . . ∧ vn ) := g(u 1 ) ∧ .

The tensor product 3 E ⊗ 2 E has a basis corresponding to the set RST(λ, [1, n]). It can be thought of as a set of standard tableaux of shapes (3) and (2), corresponding to rows of λ. The tensor product S2 E ⊗ S2 E ⊗ E has a basis consisting of triples of costandard 38 Schur Functors and Schur Complexes tableaux of shapes (2), (2), (1), corresponding to columns of λ. The map φλ acts according to the scheme ↓ , and the image of a tableau T is the sum (with signs) of tableaux obtained from T by shuffling each of its rows.

If R is a Cohen–Macaulay local ring, then dim R = dim R/P for every associated prime P of R. This means that R is equidimensional. A local ring (R, m) is Gorenstein if an only if R has a finite injective dimension as an R-module. 8) Theorem. Let (R, m) be a local ring of dimension d. The following conditions are equivalent: (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) R is Gorenstein, for i = d we have ExtiR (K , R) = 0, Extd (K , R) = K , there exists i > d such that ExtiR (K , R) = 0, ExtiR (K , R) = 0 for i < d, ExtdR (K , R) = K , R is Cohen–Macaulay and ExtdR (K , R) = K .

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