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Write R = RT (R) and S = Mn (T ). Suppose M ∈ RS (Mn (R)). Then M appears as an entry of A−1 , where A ∈ Md (Mn (R)) for some positive integer d is invertible in Md (S). By definition all the entries of 48 Noncommutative localization in group rings A−1 (when viewed as a matrix in Mdn (T )) are in R , which shows that M ∈ Mn (R ). Now let M ∈ Mn (R ). We want to show that M ∈ RS (Mn (R)). Since RS (Mn (R)) is a ring, it is closed under addition, so we may assume that M has exactly one nonzero entry.

Since P is a small projective generator for the category of discrete T -modules, ordinary Morita theory shows that Ext0T (P, –) gives an equivalence between the category of discrete T -modules and the category of discrete P(T )-modules. Not surprisingly, this extends to a homotopy-theoretic equivalence between the category of T -modules and the category of P(T )-modules. The construction P(–) can be extended to categories enriched over chain complexes; if T is such a category, then P(T ) is a DGA.

5]. Of course one also has the left Ore condition, which means that given r ∈ R and s ∈ S, one can find r1 ∈ R and s1 ∈ S such that s1 r = r1 s, and then one can form the ring S −1 R, which consists of elements of the form s−1 r with s ∈ S and r ∈ R. However in the case of the group ring kG for a field k and group G, they are equivalent by using the involution on kG induced by g → g −1 for g ∈ G. When a ring satisfies both the left and right Ore condition, then the rings S −1 R and RS −1 are isomorphic, and can be identified.