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revised Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
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comment Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
I got it, thank you.
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accepted Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
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comment Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
Where do we use the codimension $1$?
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revised Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
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revised Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
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revised Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
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revised Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
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asked Problem in understanding the proof of lemma $7.2.5$ in Liu's book
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revised Base change and relative dimension
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asked Base change and relative dimension
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accepted Small categories
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revised Sheaf associated to a Cartier divisor
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accepted Sheaf associated to a Cartier divisor
Apr
19
comment Sheaf associated to a Cartier divisor
The previous answer already satisfied me, but this is simpler (even if they are essentially equivalent). For honesty I changed my acceptance choice.
Apr
18
revised Representation of an effective Cartier divisor: is there an imprecision in Liu's book?
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Apr
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revised Representation of an effective Cartier divisor: is there an imprecision in Liu's book?
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Apr
18
accepted Representation of an effective Cartier divisor: is there an imprecision in Liu's book?
Apr
18
comment Representation of an effective Cartier divisor: is there an imprecision in Liu's book?
You are right!!! I found the errata: math.u-bordeaux.fr/~qliu/Book/errata-third.pdf; at page 2 there is your definition: "page 256..."