## Modulus sheaves with transfers

#### Shane Kelly, Hiroyasu Miyazaki

We generalise Kahn, Miyazaki, Saito, Yamazaki's theory of modulus pairs to pairs $(X,D)$ consisting of a qcqs scheme $X$ equipped with an effective Cartier divisor $D$ representing a ramification bound.
We develop theories of sheaves on such pairs for modulus versions of the Zariski, Nisnevich, étale, fppf, and qfh-topologies. We extend the Suslin-Voevodsky theory of correspondances to modulus pairs, under the assumption that the interior $U=X∖D$ is Noetherian.
The resulting point of view highlights connections to (Raynaud-style) rigid geometry, and potentially provides a setting where wild ramification can be compared with irregular singularities.
This framework leads to a homotopy theory of modulus pairs $\underline{M}H(X,D)$ and a theory of motives with modulus $\underline{M}DMeff(X,D)$ over a general base $(X,D)$. For example, the case where $X$ is the spectrum of a rank one valuation ring (of mixed or equal characteristic) equipped with a choice $D$ of pseudo-uniformiser is allowed.

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ArXiv link : https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.12837

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