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Of t h e category. 12: Let ~ rings) a c o n t r a v a r i a n t be a graded functor. i) . Note so right lim hand for Theorem A(g) ~p-ll~ if = Spec A(~ p) is that A(a). 12) - lim A(~P-II=) ~p-l~a is p. e. surjective of A(~P~) surjective, from colim cartesian. based and coli~ Spee A(~P ~~) dim m=p Let on is surjective a poser. (ker(A(a)~A(~)) a graded Then category ~ for ~ A(g) : ~p-llg} each ~ lim commutative and suppose in A(~P-IIg) satisfies ring- 6. is (CRT)~ Suppose surjective for each ~ . c, 50 if ~ is and each One should not (see A(a) note example colim Spec Thinking colim of of the A(~)~ be If ~P 4.

2 applies of course, are 6 ker(R~S-IR) ~i ~ CS = S-1R. 1 6 I(~i ). ,~n) as ~i 6 S, ~i 6 ~S (as ~ ' " " " ' ~n For R ~ S-IR through be the s u b p o s e t By Theorem exist . ,~)6~A(~i):ai6I(= However precisely an @ = (again a). ~ elements. =i 6 a S } elements ~; elements means to in e x a c t l y 57 one point. Formally, of hyperplanes of union the of let in $~ a Kl-regular ring we and domain, linear {Li} ¢ by set ~ ~n+l. ,Xn}. In this x. in case the I(~) for coordinate is of Kl-regular. [6], for each ¢(~) of [6] is the every the hypothesis, hyperplanes, the of notation through position is and thatA(V) The poset of V passes ~ V the in which special assume of that the enough" coordinate subposet ordering.

Can that case, I(~) is generated each a in ~. , ~ U ~(~k ). form g (~) N I y =~ U (a {xi¢~ 6(~k). ~(~k ) ¢ ¢ f o r (CRT) z h o l d s , are A(V) is so by Theorem ( 1 . 2 ) Kl-regular , we Y~ ~/ n g(~)# each k and y ¢ n I(~k). A(C). 4) lim A(a-{g}) above and Pick maximal both by their m a x i m a l lim(CSg) r not in yet ~ G - and {g} elements. 7)] = A(o) . lim A(~) lim A(G$o) - lim A(o) is by induction. II)]. square which Then -- and its a