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Decompositions of the category of noncommutative sets and Hochschild and cyclic homology

Jolanta Słomińska
From the journal Open Mathematics

Abstract

In this note we show that the main results of the paper [PR] can be obtained as consequences of more general results concerning categories whose morphisms can be uniquely presented as compositions of morphisms of their two subcategories with the same objects. First we will prove these general results and then we will apply it to the case of finite noncommutative sets.

Keywords: 16E40; 18A25; 18G30; 19D55

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Published Online: 2003-9-1
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