Let (R, m, K) be a local ring, and let M be an R-module of finite length. We study asymptotic kinvariants, beta(F)(i) (M, R), defined by twisting with Frobenius the free resolution of M. This family of invariants includes the Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity (e(HK) (m,R) = beta(F)(0) (K,R)). We discuss several properties of these numbers that resemble the behavior of the Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity. Furthermore, we study when the vanishing of beta(F)(i) (M, R) implies that M has finite projective dimension. In particular, we give a complete characterization of the vanishing of beta(F)(i) (M, R) for one-dimensional rings. As a consequence of our methods we give conditions for the non-existence of syzygies of finite length.

Frobenius Betti numbers and modules of finite projective dimension

De Stefani A;
2017

Abstract

Let (R, m, K) be a local ring, and let M be an R-module of finite length. We study asymptotic kinvariants, beta(F)(i) (M, R), defined by twisting with Frobenius the free resolution of M. This family of invariants includes the Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity (e(HK) (m,R) = beta(F)(0) (K,R)). We discuss several properties of these numbers that resemble the behavior of the Hilbert-Kunz multiplicity. Furthermore, we study when the vanishing of beta(F)(i) (M, R) implies that M has finite projective dimension. In particular, we give a complete characterization of the vanishing of beta(F)(i) (M, R) for one-dimensional rings. As a consequence of our methods we give conditions for the non-existence of syzygies of finite length.
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