Mathematics, Algebraic Geometry, Algebraic Geometry (math.AG), Representation Theory (math.RT)
We study two classes of morphisms in infinite type: tamely presented morphisms and morphisms with coherent pullback. These are generalizations of finitely presented morphisms and morphisms of finite Tor-dimension, respectively. The class of tamely presented schemes and stacks is restricted enough to retain the key features of finite-type schemes from the point of view of coherent sheaf theory, but wide enough to encompass many infinite-type examples of interest in geometric representation theory. The condition that a diagonal has coherent pullback is a natural generalization of smoothness to the tamely presented setting, and we show such objects retain many good cohomological properties of smooth varieties. Our results are motivated by the study of convolution products in the double affine Hecke category and related categories in the theory of Coulomb branches.