Torsion theories and Galois coverings of topological groups
For any torsion theory in a homological category, one can define a categorical Galois structure and try to describe the corresponding Galois coverings.
We provide several characterizations of these coverings for a special class of torsion theories, that we call quasi-hereditary. These results are then applied to study various examples of torsion theories in the category of topological groups.
Areas of interest
Valentina Rossi (CMUC)
November 13, 2006