Arithmetic homology

General Introduction
See also Kato homology
Abstract of Geisser: We define an integral BorelMoore homology theory over finite fields, called arithmetic homology, and an integral version of Kato homology. Both types of groups are expected to be finitely generated, and sit in a long exact sequence with higher Chow groups of zerocycles.
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