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The Existence of Pure Resolutions, Given a Degree Sequence?

I have been trying to understand the proof of the following theorem for the last month, I read some basics of sheaves theory and their cohomology, but still can't get the idea of this important ...
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The Simplicial Flabby Resolution of a Sheaf

I study sheaf cohomology by Demailly's book and I have a trouble. Am I right, that inductive formula at end of page 198 $$\mathcal{A}^{[q]}=(\mathcal{A}^{[q-1]})^{[0]}$$ is wrong? I think that ...
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A question of extension of vector bundles.

Fix $p \in \mathbb{P}^1$. Let $X=\mathbb{P}^1\times \mathbb{P}^1$, $C_1=\mathbb{P}^1\times \{p\}$ and $C_2=\{p\}\times \mathbb{P}^1$. Since $\mathrm{Ext}^1(\mathcal{O}_{C_2},\mathcal{O}_{C_1})\cong ...
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Will $i^*$ pull back injectives to injectives?

Let $i: Z \rightarrow X$ be a closed embedding. Need $i^*$ of an injective sheaf of abelian groups be injective? Need $i^*$ of a flabby sheaf be flabby? Thanks :D! Also (maybe should be a separate ...
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Is there a quasi-isomorphism between a complex of sheaves and its Godement resolutions?

I have a doubt, I read somewhere that the Godement resolution of a sheaf $\mathcal{F}$ is a quasi-isomorphism $\mathcal{F} \rightarrow C^\bullet(\mathcal{F})$. Just right off the bat when I read ...
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Adapted classes of objects and left (right) exact functors

I had a question about adapted classes of objects, I was confused by the definition and how it relates to left exact functors. Let $\mathcal{A}$ be an abelian category with enough injectives, let $F: ...
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Composition of derived functors and comparison between hypercohomology and sheaf cohomology

I had a few questions about compositions of derived functors, the comparison between hypercohomology, and sheaf cohomology and the following theorem from the Gelfand, Manin homological algebra book: ...
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Is it true, that $H^1(X,\mathcal{K}_{x_1,x_2})=0$? - The cohomology of the complex curve with a coefficient of the shaeaf of meromorphic functions…

Let X be complex curve (complex manifold and $\dim X=1$). For $x_1,x_2\in X$ we define the sheaf $\mathcal{K}_{x_1,x_2}$(in complex topology) of meromorphic functions vanish at the points $x_1$ and ...
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Computing the hypercohomology of a complex of acyclic sheaves

Let $K^{\bullet}$ be a cochain complex of sheaves of finite-dimensional vector spaces, I wanted to compute $\mathbb{H}^{\bullet}(X,K^{\bullet})$ = the hypercohomology of the complex $K^{\bullet}$, the ...
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Why didn't Cartan-Eilenberg develop homological algebra on sheaf theory?

Cartan-Eilenberg created homological algebra on modules over rings. I wonder why they didn't develop it also on sheaves over ringed spaces. Grothendieck and Godement did that soon after(or almost at ...
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Flabby sheaves and comparison of topologies

Let $A^p$ be a group of sheaves on a topological space $X$, let $F$ be the global sections functor $F(A^p) = A^p(X)$. I have to compute the cohomology of the complex $0\rightarrow A^1(X) \rightarrow ...
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Confused about Hypercohomology terminology and meaning

check this: Given a sheaf complex $F^\bullet$, let's say I want to compute the hypercohomology of this complex, if we consider the bicomplex of sheaves $C^\bullet(F^\bullet) = (C^p(F^q))\quad ...
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Flabby sheaves and exact sequences of sheaves - Question about proof

I was going through this proof from Rotman's 'Introduction to homological algebra' (Pages 381-382) and I just can't seem to make sense of it, am not super well-versed in this so I don't know if it's ...
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Question about proof that Flabby sheaves are acyclic

Can anybody help me understand this proof? In Rotman's 'An introduction to homological algebra' in Proposition 6.75 (iii). Flabby sheaves $\mathcal{L}$ are acyclic (Page 381), in the proof it says ...
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Is the presheaf of continuous functions on a topological space a “complete presheaf”?

Is the presheaf of continuous functions $f:A\rightarrow B$ from a topological space $A$ to another topological space $B$ a "complete presheaf"? Can't find this, anyone have a reference?
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Is the sheaf of locally constant functions flasque?

Quick question, is the sheaf of locally constant functions flasque?