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Cohomologies and dimensions of Chu spaces

E. E. Skurikhin, A. G. Sukhonos

2005, issue 1-2, Ñ. 14–22

We define Grothendieck topologies on Chu spaces and consider sheaf cohomologies, dimensions and cohomological dimensions of Chu spaces.

Chu spaces, Grothendieck topologies, sheaf cohomology, dimension

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