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### Group cohomology without G-modules (a.k.a. what does this bar construction compute?)

Without any prior exposure to the cohomology of groups, one might naively proceed by replacing a group by a sort of resolution.
For instance, let's take $G = \mathbb{Z}^2$, and "resolve":
$$ 0 \to ...

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### Maps between classifying spaces

Let $G$ be a discrete group and let $BG \simeq K(G,1)$ be its classifying space. Let $H$ be a topological group with classifying space $BH$.
In case $H$ is also discrete, it was pointed out in the ...

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### Crossed modules quasi-isomorphic to a quasi-abelian crossed module

This is a follow-up of this question,
where the definition of a quasi-abelian crossed module was given.
Namely, a crossed module $\partial\colon F\to G$ is quasi-abelian
if the embedding ...

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### Non-quasi-abelian braided crossed modules

A right crossed module is a homomorphism of groups
$\partial\colon F\to G$
together with a right action of $G$ on $F$, written
$(g,f)\mapsto f^g$,
satisfying certain conditions.
The question is, ...