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1. Direct image. Let X and Y be two schemes and f : X / f∗ OX , we see that f∗ F OX -module, then f∗ F is an f∗ OX -module. Using the map f : OY is an OY -module. This is the direct image of F, which turns out to be a left-exact functor from QCoh(X) to QCoh(Y ). To get a feeling for this, let X = Spec(A) and Y = Spec(B) 46 P. SOSNA / Y be a morphism (which corresponds to φ : B / A). be two affine schemes and let f : X If N is an A-module and N the associated sheaf on X, then f∗ (N ) = (NB )∼ , where NB is N considered as a B-module.

Inverse image. If G is a sheaf of OY -modules, there is an inverse image f ∗ G which is an OX -module. This gives a right-exact functor from OY -modules to OX -modules. We will not give the precise definition, but again just consider the affine case. So, let X, Y / Y (corresponding to a ring homomorhism φ) be as in the previous subsection and and f : X let M be a B-module. Then f ∗ (M ) = (M ⊗B A)∼ . In particular, if φ is a flat map, then f ∗ is an exact functor. / Y , one says that X is flat over Y if OX is, which Given a map between two schemes f : X means that the stalk of OX at any point x is a flat module over the stalk of OY at y = f (x) (we can consider OX,x as a module over OY,y via the map f ).

It is then easily checked that these two constructions are inverse to each other. Hence K(A) K(Db (A)). This last statement holds more generally for the heart A of a bounded t-structure on a triangulated category D. Here, a t-structure is called bounded if for each X ∈ D there exist integers m ≤ n such that X ∈ D≤n ∩ D≥m . This last condition is needed to ensure that the alternating sum of the cohomology objects of X with respect to the t-structure is finite. We summarize this discussion in the following.