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Clarify what can be done with det_\kappa

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aisejohan committed Sep 7, 2019
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are given a finite filtration (see
Homology, Definition \ref{homology-definition-filtered})
M = F^n \supset F^{n + 1} \supset \ldots \supset F^{m - 1} \supset F^m = 0.
0 = F^m \subset F^{m - 1} \subset \ldots \subset F^{n + 1} \subset F^n = M
Then there is a canonical isomorphism
then there is a well defined and canonical isomorphism
\gamma_{(M, F)} :
\bigotimes\nolimits_i \det\nolimits_\kappa(F^i/F^{i + 1})
\det\nolimits_\kappa(F^{m - 1}/F^m) \otimes_\kappa \ldots \otimes_k
\det\nolimits_\kappa(F^n/F^{n + 1})
well defined up to sign(!). One can make the sign explicit either by
giving a well defined order of the terms in the tensor product (starting with
higher indices unfortunately), and by thinking of the target category for
the functor $\det_\kappa$ as the category of
$1$-dimensional super vector spaces. See \cite[Section 1]{determinant}.
To construct it we use isomorphisms of Lemma \ref{lemma-det-exact-sequences}
coming from the short exact sequences
$0 \to F^{i - 1}/F^i \to M/F^i \to M/F^{i - 1} \to 0$.
Part (2) of Lemma \ref{lemma-det-exact-sequences} with $G = 0$ shows
we obtain the same isomorphism if we use the short exact sequences
$0 \to F^i \to F^{i - 1} \to F^{i - 1}/F^i \to 0$.

Here is another typical result for determinant functors.

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