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### Corestriction map for the relative homology (cohomology) group

Let $G$ be a group and $N$ be its normal subgroup. Is there any concept of corestriction map for the relative homology (cohomology) group $H_n(G,N,-)$ ($H^n(G,N,-)$) such that when $N=G$ it is the ...

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### Finite Cohomology and free groups

Let $F$ be a finitely generated nonabelian free profinite group, $p$ a prime number, $L \lhd_o F$ with $[F : L]$ coprime to $p$, $N \lhd_c^\infty F$ contained in $L$ with $L/N$ pro-$p$, and $N \leq H ...

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### $H^4(BG,\mathbb Z)$ torsion free for $G$ a connected Lie group

Recently, prompted by considerations in conformal field theory, I was let to guess that for every compact connected Lie group $G$, the fourth cohomology group of it classifying space is torsion free.
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### natural map from $H^3(BG,\mathbb{Z})$ to $H^3(\underline E G,\mathbb{Z})$?

is there any natural map from natural map from $H^3(BG,\mathbb{Z})$ to $H^3(\underline E G,\mathbb{Z})$? where $G$ is a discrete group, $BG$ is the classifying space, and $\underline E G$ is the ...

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### extension problem for the Atiyah-Hirzebruch spectral sequence

For a generalized homology theory $h$ and a Serre fibration $F\rightarrow E\rightarrow B$, we can define an Atiyah-Hirzebruch spectral sequence\begin{equation}E^2_{p,q}=H_p(B,h_q(F))\Rightarrow ...

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### stability results for the Atiyah-Hirzebruch spectral sequence

For a generalized homology theory $h$ and a Serre fibration $F\rightarrow E\rightarrow B$, we can define an Atiyah-Hirzebruch spectral sequence\begin{equation}E^2_{p,q}=H_p(B,h_q(F))\Rightarrow ...

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### Functors with Mayer-Vietoris Sequences

Let $F$ be a contravariant functor from some category of spaces (e.g. smooth manifolds or (compact?) topological Hausdorff spaces), to Abelian groups. Assume that for any open sets $U, V \subseteq X$ ...

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### Group extensions isomorphic as groups

Let $G$ be a group and $A$ a $G$-module. It well know that there is a group isomorphism between the second cohomologoy group $H^2(G,A)$ and the abelian group $OpExt(G,A)$ of classes of extension ...

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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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### Cohomology of the tangent sheaf of $\mathbb{P}(1,2,3)$

Using the exact sequence
$$0\mapsto\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{2}}\rightarrow\mathcal{O}_{\mathbb{P}^{2}}(1)^{\oplus 3}\rightarrow T_{\mathbb{P}^{2}}\mapsto 0$$
it is easy to compute ...

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### A group 3-cocycle, trivial on a pair of generating subgroups?

I'm looking for an example of the following situation:
A group $G$ generated by finite subgroups $H$ and $K$,
a non-trivial 3-cocycle $\omega \in H^3(G, \mathbb{k}^\times)$
such that
the ...

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### Can group cohomology be interpreted as an obstruction to lifts?

The standard way to view the first and second group cohomologies is this:
The Standard Story
Let $G$ be a group, and let $M$ be a commutative group with a $G$-action. Then the first cohomology has ...

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### Computing the cardinality of cohomology groups

I hope this question is not unreasonably broad. It is about calculating or at least bounding the cardinality of cohomology groups in case they are finite.
Let us assume we are given a group $G$ and a ...

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### Evens norm as a derived functor

In the theory of cohomology of groups there are several important maps between cohomologies: restriction, inflation, transfer and Evens norm. The first three of them can be clearly seen on the level ...

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### reference for (co)homology theories

Hi everyone,
Every now and then, I find myself dealing with such or such (co)homology theory, and I'm frustrated I don't feel more comfortable around it.
I was wondering if someone could recommend a ...

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### Continuous cohomology of semi-simple Lie group.

Let $G$ be a real connected semi-simple Lie group. Let $M$ be a finite dimensional representation of it. Are there general criteria when the continuous cohomology groups $H_{cont}^q(G,M)$ vanish?
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### Large modules with non-trivial cohomology

Let $p$ be a prime and $F$ algebraic closer of $F_p$.
I want to know if it is possible to construct family of groups $\{G_i\}_{i=1}^{\infty}$ and a family of simple modules $V_i$ over $F[G_i]$ of ...

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### Untwisting the Cohomology with Twisted Coefficients

This question is set on a finite $2$-group $G$ and a subgroup $H$ of index $2$ (but perhaps the question could be answered for arbitrary orders/indexes).
It was asked here on MO whether ...

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### Is the following map from Z(G) x H^3(G, C*) --> H^2(G, C*) ever nontrivial?

Suppose that G is a finite group, then we have the following map f which takes an element z in the center of G and a 3-cohomology class w and returns a 2-cohomology class f(z,w) (for concreteness ...

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### Under what conditions does the second cohomology preserve injectivity?

Suppose G, A, and B are abelian groups with $i:A \to B$ an injective homomomorphism. Consider the groups $H^2(G,A)$ and $H^2(G,B)$ for the trivial action of G on A and B. i induces an injective ...

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### The splitting for the cohomology version of Kunneth formula

Suppose $G_1,G_2$ and A are abelian groups. Consider the cohomology groups for trivial action:
$$H^2(G_1 \times G_2,A), H^2(G_1,A), H^2(G_2,A)$$
We have projection maps $G_1 \times G_2 \to G_1$ and ...

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### Describe the second cohomology group $H^2(Z_n \times Z_n. k^*)$.

I would like to write down explicitly the generating cocycles of this second cohomology group, $H^2(Z_n \times Z_n, k^*)$. Here $k$ is an algebraically closed field of characteristic zero and $Z_n$ ...

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### Is it useful to consider cohomology of group representations?

In group representation theory, one attempts to explain and classify (some of) the modules over the group ring $k[G]$, for some field $k$. In group cohomology, one develops the machinery of the ...

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### Are all Galois cohomology groups also étale cohomology groups?

Let $K$ be a field and $K^s$ a separable closure of $K$, and let $\mathcal{F}$ be a sheaf on $\mathrm{Spec}(K)$ (in the étale topology).
By Grothendieck's Galois Theory, we have the isomorphism
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### group cohomology and cohomology of classifying space [closed]

Let $G$ be a discrete group, and $BG$ is the classifying space.
It is well-known that the group cohomology of $G$-module M, is the same as the cohomology on $BG$ with coefficient in $\tilde{M}$, which ...

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### To what extent does (co)homology of groups made discrete depend on set theory?

There's a well-known paper by Milnor, "On the homology of Lie groups made discrete," that discusses the relation between the homology of a Lie group $G$ and the underlying discrete group $G^\delta$. ...