Algebraic Spivak's theorem and applications
We prove an analogue of Lowrey--Schürg's algebraic Spivak's theorem when working over a base ring $A$ that is either a field or a nice enough discrete valuation ring, and after inverting the residual characteristic exponent $e$ in the coefficients. By this result algebraic bordism groups of quasi-projective derived $A$-schemes can be generated by classical cycles, leading to vanishing results for low degree $e$-inverted bordism classes, as well as to the classification of quasi-smooth projective $A$-schemes of low virtual dimension up to $e$-inverted cobordism. As another application, we prove that $e$-inverted bordism classes can be extended from an open subset, leading to the proof of homotopy invariance of $e$-inverted bordism groups for quasi-projective derived $A$-schemes.
- Pub Date:
- January 2021
- Mathematics - Algebraic Geometry
- 45 pages. Submitted version