Tag Archives: cohomological dimension

Commutative von Neumann Regular Rings

A ring of left global dimension zero is a ring $R$ for which every left $R$-module is projective. These are also known as semisimple rings of the Wedderburn-Artin theory fame, which says that these rings are precisely the finite direct products of full matrix rings over division rings. Note the subtle detail that "semisimple" is […]

Wild Spectral Sequences Ep. 3: Cohomological Dimension

Last time in Wild Spectral Squences 2, we saw how to prove the five lemma using a spectral sequence. Today, we'll see a very simple application of spectral sequences to the concept of cohomological dimension in group cohomology. We will define the well-known concept of cohomological dimension of a group $ G$, and then show […]