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  1. Topos Theory: Grothendieck Topology
  2. Alexander Grothendieck: An entry from Gale's <i>Science and Its Times</i> by K. Lee Lerner, 2001
  3. Counterexamples to "probleme des topologies" of Grothendieck (Annales Academiæ Scientiarum Fennicæ) by Jari Taskinen, 1986
  4. Zariski Topology: Mathematics, Algebraic Geometry, Topology, Algebraic Variety, Algebraic Curve, Homeomorphism, Grothendieck Topology
  5. Grothendieck topologies,: Notes on a seminar. Spring, 1962 by Michael Artin, 1962
  6. Alexander Grothendieck: Mathematician, Algebraic geometry, Algebraic topology, Number theory, Category theory, Galois theory, Homological algebra, Functional ... Medal, Crafoord Prize, Academic journal
  7. Motivic Homotopy Theory: Lectures at a Summer School in Nordfjordeid, Norway, August 2002 (Universitext) by Bjorn Ian Dundas, Marc Levine, et all 2006-12-28
  8. Introduction to Etale Cohomology (Universitext) by Günter Tamme, 1994-10-27
  9. The Grothendieck Festschrift, Volume III: A Collection of Articles Written in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Alexander Grothendieck (Modern Birkhäuser Classics) (English and French Edition)
  10. Virtual Topology and Functor Geometry (Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Fred Van Oystaeyen, 2007-11-15
  11. The Grothendieck Festschrift, Volume I: A Collection of Articles Written in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Alexander Grothendieck (Modern Birkhäuser Classics) (English and French Edition)
  12. The Grothendieck Theory of Dessins d'Enfants (London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series) by Leila Schneps, 1994-09-30
  13. The Grothendieck Festschrift, Volume II: A Collection of Articles Written in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Alexander Grothendieck (Modern Birkhäuser Classics) (English and French Edition)
  14. The Grothendieck Festschrift, Volume I: A Collection of Articles Written in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Alexander Grothendieck (Progress in Mathematics) (English and French Edition)

1. Grothendieck Topology - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search In category theory , a branch of mathematics , a Grothendieck topology is a structure on a category C which makes the objects of C act like the open sets of a topological space . A category together with a choice of Grothendieck topology is called a site Grothendieck topologies axiomatize the notion of an open cover . Using the notion of covering provided by a Grothendieck topology, it becomes possible to define sheaves on a category and their cohomology . This was first done in algebraic geometry and algebraic number theory by Alexander Grothendieck to define the étale cohomology of a scheme . It has been used to define other cohomology theories since then, such as l-adic cohomology flat cohomology , and crystalline cohomology . While Grothendieck topologies are most often used to define cohomology theories, they have found other applications as well, such as to John Tate 's theory of rigid analytic geometry There is a natural way to associate a site to an ordinary topological space , and Grothendieck's theory is loosely regarded as a generalization of classical topology. Under meager point-set hypotheses, namely

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Grothendieck topology In mathematics, a Grothendieck topology is a structure defined on an arbitrary category C which allows the definition of sheaves on C, and with that the definition
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Grothendieck topology
In mathematics , a Grothendieck topology is a structure defined on an arbitrary category C which allows the definition of sheaves on C , and with that the definition of general cohomology theories. A category together with a Grothendieck topology on it is called a site . This tool is used in algebraic number theory and algebraic geometry schemess , but also for flat cohomology and crystalline cohomology. Note that a Grothendieck topology is not a topology in the classical sense.
History and idea
At a time when cohomology for sheaves on topological spaces was well established, Alexander Grothendieck wanted to define cohomology theories for other structures, his schemess . He thought of a sheaf on a topological space as a "measuring rod" for that space, and the cohomology of such a measuring rod as a rough measure for the underlying space. His goal was thus to produce a structure which would allow the definition of more general sheaves or "measuring rods"; once that was done, the model of topological cohomology theories could be followed almost verbatim.
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Start with a topological space X and consider the sheaf of all continuous real-valued functions defined on X . This associates to every open set U in X the set F U ) of real-valued continuous functions defined on U . Whenver U is a subset of V , we have a "restriction map" from F V ) to F U ). If we interpret the topological space

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Wiki: Grothendieck topology In category theory , a branch of mathematics , a Grothendieck topology is a structure on a category C which makes the objects of C act like the open sets of a topological space . A category together with a choice of Grothendieck topology is called a site Grothendieck topologies axiomatize the notion of an open cover . Using the notion of covering provided by a Grothendieck topology, it becomes possible to define sheaves on a category and their cohomology . This was first done in algebraic geometry and algebraic number theory by Alexander Grothendieck to define the étale cohomology of a scheme . It has been used to define other cohomology theories since then, such as l-adic cohomology flat cohomology , and crystalline cohomology . While Grothendieck topologies are most often used to define cohomology theories, they have found other applications as well, such as to John Tate rigid analytic geometry There is a natural way to associate a site to an ordinary topological space sobriety , this is completely accurate—it is possible to recover a sober space from its associated site. However simple examples such as the indiscrete topological space show that not all topological spaces can be expressed using Grothendieck topologies. Conversely, there are Grothendieck topologies which do not come from topological spaces.

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Jump to: navigation search In category theory , a branch of mathematics , a Grothendieck topology is a structure on a category C which makes the objects of C act like the open sets of a topological space . Grothendieck topologies axiomatize the notion of an open cover . Using the notion of covering provided by a Grothendieck topology, it becomes possible to define sheaves on a category and their cohomology. This was first done in algebraic geometry and algebraic number theory by Alexandre Grothendieck to define the étale cohomology of a scheme . It has been used to define many other cohomology theories since then, such as l-adic cohomology flat cohomology , and crystalline cohomology . While Grothendieck topologies are most often used to define cohomology theories, they have found other applications as well, such as to John Tate 's theory of rigid analytic geometry Grothendieck topologies are not comparable to the classical notion of a topology on a space. While it is possible to interpret sober spaces in terms of Grothendieck topologies, more pathological spaces have no such representation. Conversely, not all Grothendieck topologies correspond to topological spaces.

6. Grothendieck Topology - Definition
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In mathematics , a Grothendieck topology is a structure defined on an arbitrary category C which allows the definition of sheaves on C , and with that the definition of general cohomology theories. A category together with a Grothendieck topology on it is called a site This tool has been used in algebraic number theory and algebraic geometry , initially to define étale cohomology of schemes , but also for flat cohomology and crystalline cohomology, and in further ways. Note that a Grothendieck topology is a true generalisation. It is not a topology in the classical sense (and may not be equivalent to giving one). Contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 History and idea
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History and idea
See main article Background and genesis of topos theory At a time when cohomology for sheaves on topological spaces was well established, Alexander Grothendieck wanted to define cohomology theories for other structures, his schemes . He thought of a sheaf on a topological space as a "measuring rod" for that space, and the cohomology of such a measuring rod as a rough measure for the underlying space. His goal was thus to produce a structure which would allow the definition of more general sheaves or "measuring rods"; once that was done, the model of topological cohomology theories could be followed almost verbatim.
Motivating example
Start with a topological space X and consider the sheaf of all continuous real-valued functions defined on

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In mathematics , a Grothendieck topology is a structure defined on an arbitrary category C which allows the definition of sheaves on C , and with that the definition of general cohomology theories. A category together with a Grothendieck topology on it is called a site This tool has been used in algebraic number theory and algebraic geometry , initially to define tale cohomology of schemes , but also for flat cohomology and crystalline cohomology , and in further ways. Note that a Grothendieck topology is a true generalisation. It is not a topology in the classical sense (and may not be equivalent to giving one). Contents showTocToggle("show","hide")

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In category theory , a branch of mathematics , a Grothendieck topology is a structure on a category C which makes the objects of C act like the open sets of a topological space . Grothendieck topologies axiomatize the notion of an open cover . Using the notion of covering provided by a Grothendieck topology, it becomes possible to define sheaves on a category and their cohomology . This was first done in algebraic geometry and algebraic number theory by Alexander Grothendieck to define the étale cohomology of a scheme . It has been used to define other cohomology theories since then, such as l-adic cohomology flat cohomology , and crystalline cohomology . While Grothendieck topologies are most often used to define cohomology theories, they have found other applications as well, such as to John Tate 's theory of rigid analytic geometry There is a natural way to associate a category with a Grothendieck topology (a site ) to an ordinary topological space , and Grothendieck's theory is loosely regarded as a generalization of classical topology. Under meager point-set hypotheses, namely

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Contents Grothendieck topology A Grothendieck topology is a structure defined on an arbitrary category C which allows the definition of sheaves on C , and with that the definition of general cohomology theories. A category together with a Grothendieck topology on it is called a site . This tool is mainly used in algebraic geometry , for instance to define . Note that a Grothendieck topology is not a topology in the classical sense. The motivating example is the following: start with a topological space X and consider the sheaf of all continuous real-valued functions defined on X . This associates to every open set U in X the set F U ) of real-valued continuous functions defined on U . Whenver U is a subset of V , we have a "restriction map" from F V ) to F U ). If we interpret the topological space X as a category, with the open sets being the objects and a morphism from U to V if and only if U is a subset of V , then F is revealed as a contravariant functor from this category into the category of sets. In general, every contravariant functor from a category C to the category of sets is therefore called a pre-sheaf of sets on C . Our functor F has a special property: if you have an open covering ( V i ) of the set U , and you are given mutually compatible elements of F V i ), then there exists precisely one element of

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