An important result in tilting theory states that a class of modules over a ring is a tilting class if and only if it is the Ext-orthogonal class to a set of compact modules of bounded projective dimension. Moreover, cotilting classes are precisely the resolving and definable subcategories of the module category whose Ext-orthogonal class has bounded injective dimension. In this article, we prove a derived counterpart of the statements above in the context of silting theory. Silting and cosilting complexes in the derived category of a ring generalise tilting and cotilting modules. They give rise to subcategories of the derived category, called silting and cosilting classes, which are part of both a t-structure and a co-t-structure. We characterise these subcategories: silting classes are precisely those which are intermediate and Ext-orthogonal classes to a set of compact objects, and cosilting classes are precisely the cosuspended, definable and co-intermediate subcategories of the derived category.

Silting and cosilting classes in derived categories

Vitória, Jorge
2018-01-01

Abstract

An important result in tilting theory states that a class of modules over a ring is a tilting class if and only if it is the Ext-orthogonal class to a set of compact modules of bounded projective dimension. Moreover, cotilting classes are precisely the resolving and definable subcategories of the module category whose Ext-orthogonal class has bounded injective dimension. In this article, we prove a derived counterpart of the statements above in the context of silting theory. Silting and cosilting complexes in the derived category of a ring generalise tilting and cotilting modules. They give rise to subcategories of the derived category, called silting and cosilting classes, which are part of both a t-structure and a co-t-structure. We characterise these subcategories: silting classes are precisely those which are intermediate and Ext-orthogonal classes to a set of compact objects, and cosilting classes are precisely the cosuspended, definable and co-intermediate subcategories of the derived category.
2018
Co-t-structure; Cosilting complex; Derived category; Silting complex; t-structure; Torsion pair;
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