By D.J. Collins, R.I. Grigorchuk, P.F. Kurchanov, H. Zieschang, A.I. Kostrikin, I.R. Shafarevich, P.M. Cohn
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Proof. 5). We will now restrict our attention to closed subschemes X ⊂ Pn+3 , n > 0, of codimension 3 and we will deduce from the previous results the CI-liaison invariance of the local cohomology groups i (KR/I(X) ⊗R I(X)), Hm i = 0, . . , n, where I = I(X) is the homogeneous ideal of X and KR/I(X) = Ext3R (R/I(X), R)(−n − 4) is the canonical module of X. 0 (Hom(M, −)). 5) E2pq := H p (X, Extq (F , G)) ⇒ Extp+q (F , G), and the spectral sequences (see [36, Exp. 7) we obtain the following theorem.
In , they proved the following theorem. 10. Determinantal schemes are arithmetically Cohen–Macaulay. 11. A subscheme X ⊂ Pn+c is said to be symmetric determinantal if its homogeneous saturated ideal I(X) is a symmetric determinantal ideal. Therefore, a codimension c subscheme X ⊂ Pn+c is called a symmetric determinantal scheme if there exist integers t ≤ m such that c = m−t+2 and I(X) = It (A) for 2 some t-homogeneous symmetric matrix A of size m × m. 12. (a) For any integer 1 ≤ m and for any t with 1 ≤ t ≤ m, set − 1 and R = K[.
For instance, C. Huneke and B. Ulrich  (see also ) proved that some interesting results in codimension 2 do not hold when we link higher-codimensional ideals by complete intersections. In , P. S. Golod ) and the work  strongly suggests that the idea of linking using AG schemes is indeed a natural generalization to higher codimension of the idea of linking using complete intersections. 10]). , an AG) subscheme X ⊂ Pn if I(X) ⊂ I(V1 ) ∩ I(V2 ) and we have I(X) : I(V1 ) = I(V2 ) and I(X) : I(V2 ) = I(V1 ).
Combinatorial Group Theory and Applications to Geometry by D.J. Collins, R.I. Grigorchuk, P.F. Kurchanov, H. Zieschang, A.I. Kostrikin, I.R. Shafarevich, P.M. Cohn