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Lemma 10.132.14. Let $R$ be a ring. Let $A_1 \to A_0$, and $B_1 \to B_0$ be two term complexes. Suppose that there exist morphisms of complexes $\varphi : A_\bullet \to B_\bullet $ and $\psi : B_\bullet \to A_\bullet $ such that $\varphi \circ \psi $ and $\psi \circ \varphi $ are homotopic to the identity maps. Then $A_1 \oplus B_0 \cong B_1 \oplus A_0$ as $R$-modules.

Proof. Choose a map $h : A_0 \to A_1$ such that

\[ \text{id}_{A_1} - \psi _1 \circ \varphi _1 = h \circ d_ A \text{ and } \text{id}_{A_0} - \psi _0 \circ \varphi _0 = d_ A \circ h. \]

Similarly, choose a map $h' : B_0 \to B_1$ such that

\[ \text{id}_{B_1} - \varphi _1 \circ \psi _1 = h' \circ d_ B \text{ and } \text{id}_{B_0} - \varphi _0 \circ \psi _0 = d_ B \circ h'. \]

A trivial computation shows that

\[ \left( \begin{matrix} \text{id}_{A_1} & -h' \circ \psi _1 + h \circ \psi _0 \\ 0 & \text{id}_{B_0} \end{matrix} \right) = \left( \begin{matrix} \psi _1 & h \\ -d_ B & \varphi _0 \end{matrix} \right) \left( \begin{matrix} \varphi _1 & - h' \\ d_ A & \psi _0 \end{matrix} \right) \]

This shows that both matrices on the right hand side are invertible and proves the lemma. $\square$

Comments (2)

Comment #1721 by Yogesh More on

In the proof of tag 00S3, should be , and similarly . In the displayed equation asserting that that is a homotopy, you have instead of .

In Tag 00S4 line 2 of the statement of the theorem says "Let be the induced presentation", the should be a .

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