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Ring with Put X : S p e c R : { p r o p e r set V(A) SHEAVES of sets X for a topology is c l o s e d if a n d S c X is said t o be sets w h i c h set S are d i f f e r e n t is a P e X s u c h t h a t : S. PROPOSITION 39. irreducible closed is the u n i q u e PROOF. such that exist C A. if x e B n C t h e n Hence, point V(A) for Hence to V(P) for Conversely, some every P e X and P S. W 1 a n d W 2 are W 1 : V(P). = V ( r a d A) we a s s u m e ideals Put is i r r e d u c i b l e . S c X is e q u a l P • W 1.

All kernel functors PROPOSITION 28. are i d e m p o t e n t reduction PROOF. Consider of R l - m O d u l e s the exact Ker f c 01(R1 ) w h i l e It is e a s i l y Noetherian, c al(R1) checked -1 otherwise stated. f : R1, T 1 ~ R2, T 2 is a f i n a l f. : (~2(R2))__ ~ ~2(R2 ) ~ 0. a 2 ( R 2) is a l s o 0 1 - t o r s i o n entailing that over sequence 0 ~ Ker f ~ f f-l(a2(R2)) unless A final torsion morphism torsion Since since there ring h o m o m o r p h i s m is c a l l e d Ker g c ~1(M1) over the proof, is a r e d u c t i o n .

Let K be any field and let A be a K-ring. K-ring A is given by a triple (A',~,A1/K1) , where 9 : A' ~ A 1 is a ring h o m o m o r p h i s m defined on a subring A' of v a l u a t i o n ring O K of is a place of K, A p s e u d o - p l a c e of the A such that A' n K is a and such that the r e s t r i c t i o n of ~ to A' n K K whith residue field K 1. In the sequel, p s e u d o - p l a c e s and places will always be assumed to be surjeetive, se specified, K and K 1 will be contained respectively.

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