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Applications of homotopy in sheaf theory

Author: James M. Parks
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 34 (1972), 601-604
MSC: Primary 55B30
MathSciNet review: 0451233
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Abstract: Various mapping theorems for sheaf cohomology are obtained, where coefficients are in locally constant sheaves or limits of locally constant sheaves. Applications are made to the continuity of sheaf cohomology on homotopy-systems. A generalization of the Alexander-Čech cohomology continuity theorem is an immediate consequence.

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Keywords: Locally constant sheaves, sheaf theory, limits of sheaves, continuity of sheaf cohomology, homotopy-systems, mapping theorems in sheaf cohomology
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