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  1. Homological Algebra of Semimodules and Semicontramodules: Semi-infinite Homological Algebra of Associative Algebraic Structures (Monografie Matematyczne) by Leonid Positselski, 2010-09-08
  2. Trivial Extensions of Abelian Categories: Homological Algebra of Trivial Extensions of Abelian Catergories with Applications to Ring Theory (Lecture Notes in Mathematics) by R.M. Fossum, P.A. Griffith, et all 1975-06-30
  3. Notes on homological algebra (Van Nostrand Reinhold mathematical studies) by Joseph J Rotman, 1970
  4. An Introduction to Homological Algebra - 1994 publication by Charls A.Wbl, 1994-01-01
  5. Memoirs of the American Mathematical Society 1965 No. 55Foundations of Relative Homological Algebra by Samuel Eilenberg, J. C. Moore, 1965-01-31
  6. Homological Algebra (Princeton Mathematical Series No 19) by Henri ; Eilenberg, Samuel Cartan, 1956
  7. Notes on homological algebras, (Van Nostrand Reinhold mathematical studies, no. 26) by Joseph J Rotman, 1970
  8. Category Theory: Mathematical structure, Set (mathematics), Function (mathematics), Topology, Groupoid, Category (mathematics), Homological algebra, Abstract algebra, Commutative diagram, Functor
  9. Categories and Commutative Algebra: Lectures given at a Summer School of the Centro Internazionale Matematico Estivo (C.I.M.E.) held in Varenna (Como), ... (English, French and Italian Edition)
  10. Alexander Grothendieck: Mathematician, Algebraic geometry, Algebraic topology, Number theory, Category theory, Galois theory, Homological algebra, Functional ... Medal, Crafoord Prize, Academic journal
  11. Algebra VI: Combinatorial and Asymptotic Methods of Algebra: Non-Associative Structures (Encyclopaedia of Mathematical Sciences)
  12. Categorical Algebra and Its Applications (Lecture Notes in Mathematics)
  13. Set theoretic methods in homological algebra and Abelian groups (Seminaire de mathematiques superieures) by Paul C Eklof, 1980
  14. Foundations of Relative Homological Algebra by Samuel and J.C. Moore Eilenberg, 1966

61. [0708.3398] Homological Algebra Of Semimodules And Semicontramodules. Semi-infin
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    Title: Homological algebra of semimodules and semicontramodules. Semi-infinite homological algebra of associative algebraic structures
    Authors: Leonid Positselski (Submitted on 27 Aug 2007 ( ), last revised 20 Nov 2009 (this version, v12)) Abstract: We develop the basic constructions of homological algebra in the (appropriately defined) unbounded derived categories of modules over algebras over coalgebras over noncommutative rings (which we call semialgebras over corings). We define double-sided derived functors SemiTor and SemiExt of the functors of semitensor product and semihomomorphisms, and construct an equivalence between the exotic derived categories of semimodules and semicontramodules.
    Certain (co)flatness and/or (co)projectivity conditions have to be imposed on the coring and semialgebra to make the module categories abelian (and the cotensor product associative). Besides, for a number of technical reasons we mostly have to assume that the basic ring has a finite homological dimension (no such assumptions about the coring and semialgebra are made).

62. Charles A. Weibel: Home Page
Fall 2006 Lectures on the proof of the BlochKato Conjecture Corrections to the H-book my textbook An introduction to homological algebra,
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63. Non-abelian Homological Algebra
Sep 25, 2008 This Bibliography lists some papers and books on multiple categories and groupoids, nonlinear homological algebra, and related areas
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Last updated 7 July, 2004 some pdf downloads added 3 Aug, 2008 and 25 September, 2008 See also my publication list., and also preprints , for many pdf files, For more references, see the references in the (revised)
Some publications in non-abelian homological and homotopical algebra
This Bibliography lists some papers and books on multiple categories and groupoids, non-linear homological algebra, and related areas directly relevant to the themes developed in the accompanying article on Higher dimensional group theory The list is not complete, and should be thought of more as an entry point into the literature. It is hoped to develop it over time. The paper "Some problems in non abelian homological and homotopical algebra" gives some 35 problems or problem areas in this field. I have given a separate and fuller bibliography on the non abelian tensor product. This bibliography should be related to papers on Lie groupoids, Lie algebroids and Lie pseudoalgebras in a bibliography compiled by Kirill Mackenzie. Papers added in 2004 are coloured brown.

64. An Introduction To Homological Algebra - Cambridge University Press
An Introduction to Homological Algebra, Charles A. Weibel , 9780521559874, Cambridge University Press.
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65. Homological Algebra Information, Homological Algebra Reference Articles - FindTa
Information and research on Homological algebra on FindTarget Reference online encyclopedia. Find articles and information resources on Homological algebra.
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66. CRC Press Online - Book: An Elementary Approach To Homological Algebra
Jun 19, 2006 Homological algebra was developed as an area of study almost 50 years ago, and many books on the subject exist. However, few, if any,
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67. WOMP 2006 HOMOLOGICAL ALGEBRA PART 2 This Is Quick Introduction
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68. Mathematical Sciences Research Institute - Commutative Algebra: Interactions Wit
Commutative Algebra Interactions with Homological Algebra and Representation Theory Mathematical Sciences Research Institute 17 Gauss Way, Berkeley, CA
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February 03, 2003 to February 07, 2003 Organized By: Luchezar Avramov (chair), Ragnar Buchweitz, and John Greenlees Parent Programs: Commutative Algebra Participant List: View a List of Registered Participants Recently, commutative algebra has been developing new connections with a variety of fields, and adding new directions to some traditional links. This interdisciplinary workshop proposes to generate an active exchange of information between practitioners and consumers of commutative algebra. The subjects discussed will include invariant theory, cohomology of groups, free resolutions, rational homotopy, stable homotopy, representation theory, and derived categories.
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69. NOTES ON ALGEBRA A LITTLE BIT OF HOMOLOGICAL ALGEBRA Marc Culler
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70. Encyclopedia4U - Homological Algebra - Encyclopedia Article
Homological algebra. Homological algebra is that branch of mathematics which studies the methods of homology and cohomology in a general setting. These concepts originated in
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Homological algebra is that branch of mathematics which studies the methods of homology and cohomology in a general setting. These concepts originated in algebraic topology Cohomology theories have been described for topological spaces, sheaves , and groupss ; also for Lie algebras, C-star algebras. The study of modern algebraic geometry would be almost unthinkable without sheaf cohomology. There are also other homological functors that take their place in the theory, such as Ext and Tor. There have been attempts at 'non-commutative' theories, which extend first cohomology as torsors (which is important in Galois cohomology).
Foundational aspects
The methods of homological algebra start with use of the exact sequence to perform actual calculations. With a diverse set of applications in mind, it was natural to try to put the whole subject on a uniform basis. There were several attempts, before the subject settled down. An approximate history can be stated as follows:
  • Cartan-Eilenberg: as in their eponymous book, used projective and injective module resolutions.

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When this book was written, methods of algebraic topology had caused revolutions in the world of pure algebra. To clarify the advances that had been made, Cartan and Eilenberg tried to unify the fields and to construct the framework of a fully fledged theory. The invasion of algebra had occurred on three fronts through the construction of cohomology theories for groups, Lie algebras, and associative algebras. This book presents a single homology (and also cohomology) theory that embodies all three; a large number of results is thus established in a general framework. Subsequently, each of the three theories is singled out by a suitable specialization, and its specific properties are studied.
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72. HISTORY OF HOMOLOGICAL ALGEBRA
HISTORY OF HOMOLOGICAL ALGEBRA Charles A. Weibel Homological algebra had its origins in the 19thcentury, via the work of Riemann (1857) andBetti (1871) on\homology numbers, and
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73. HOMOLOGICAL ALGEBRA CHEAT SHEET 1. Tensor Product Given Abelian
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74. YouTube - Homological Algebra
Homological Algebra by Algirdas Javtokas (Plus Skaičių Teorija // Skaiciu Teorija)
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75. Books On Homological Algebra
Books on Homological Algebra Hilton and Stammbach, A Course in Homological Algebra (Springer Graduate Texts in Mathematics) This was the nominal text for the course here.
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Books on Homological Algebra
Hilton and Stammbach, A Course in Homological Algebra (Springer Graduate Texts in Mathematics)
This was the nominal text for the course here. I chose it because it was paperbound, and I thought it would be a good reference for students to own. It's a good textbook.
Joseph Rotman, Notes on Homological Algebra
This was probably the main model I used for the course.
Northcott, Introduction to Homological Algebra
This was the first book on homological algebra I ever read, before I started graduate school. It is one of the most readable texts available, although some of the notation and terminology is now slightly out of date.
MacLane, Homology
An excellent reference, and moderately readable. The title is misleading, since no topological aspects of homology are treated at all.
Cartan and Eilenberg, Homological Algebra
This was the book that started the whole subject, of course. I remember how fascinated I was when I first saw it, since it seemed intriguing that one could apply topology to algebra.
I wouldn't recommend that anyone start with this one, but I actually found a number of useful facts here. It should definitely not be considered obsolete.

76. An Introduction To Homological Algebra, By Charles A. Weibel
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77. Homological Algebra Cohomology Algebraic Category Theories
Homological Algebra Cohomology Algebraic Category Theories Economy. Home Homological algebra Homological algebra Abstract algebra Algebraic topology Algebraic geometry
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78. Classical Problems In Commutative Algebra Homological Algebra, The
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79. Homological Algebra 560
Mathematics 560 Homological Algebra Rutgers University, Spring 2010 Anders Buch (asbuch at math dot rutgers period edu) Tentative Syllabus This will be an introduction to the
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Mathematics 560:
Homological Algebra
Rutgers University, Spring 2010
Anders Buch (asbuch at math dot rutgers period edu)
Tentative Syllabus:
This will be an introduction to the subject of Homological Algebra. Homological Algebra is a tool used in many branches of mathematics, especially in Algebra, Topology and Algebraic Geometry. The first part of the course will cover Chain Complexes, Projective and Injective Modules, Derived Functors, Ext and Tor. In addition, some basic notions of Category Theory will be presented: adjoint functors, abelian categories, natural transformations, limits and colimits. The second part of the course will study Spectral Sequences, and apply this to several topics such as Homology of Groups and Lie Algebras. Which topics we cover will be determined by the interests of the students in the class. Notes from class
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An introduction to homological algebra, by C. Weibel, Cambridge University Press, paperback edition (1995)
Course web site:
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80. Intute - Category Theory And Homological Algebra
A set of lecture notes on homological algebra by Professor Peter Kropholler, Department of Mathematics, University of Glasgow. The notes are detailed and
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