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Image of J in the classical Adams Spectral Sequence

Hey all, I know that in some versions of the Adams Spectral Sequence you can easily identify the image of $J$, and I was wondering if there was a way to identify the image of $J$ in the $E_2$ page of ...
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Elementary computation of direct image sheaves.

I am a physicist and would like to understand the section 1 of this math paper, which explains how the SYZ conjecture implies topological mirror symmetry. I have some technical problem and would ...
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Cohomology groups of quotient by finite group

I know there are already lots of questions about (co)homology groups of a quotient manifold, but please let me ask one more question. Let $G$ be a finite group acting on a manifold $M$ without fixed ...
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Comparing Spectral Sequences

There is a comparison theorem for spectral sequnces in Weibel's book (5.2.12) stating; Assume $E_{p,q}$ and $\bar E_{p,q}$ converge to $H_* $ $\bar H_*$ respectively. Furthermore we have given a map ...
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Differentials in the Adams Spectral Sequence for spheres at the prime p=2

How does one compute the differentials in the Adams Spectral Sequence for spheres at the prime 2 in the range $13\le t-s\le 20$? There seem to be 6 nonzero differentials, and at this point I only ...
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Leray spectral sequence for lowest weight part of a smooth morphism

Let me assume everything in sight is as nice as possible, probably if the result I want is true then these conditions are too restrictive. All spaces will be smooth algebraic varieties over the ...
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How do you know when something must die in the Adams Spectral Sequence for $\pi_*^s$

Hey everybody, I think this question might be just a simple oversight on my part, but this has been bugging me a few days. I am reading Hatcher's Spectral Sequences book, and trying to understand ...
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Retrieval of algebra structure from spectral sequence

Suppose we have a spectral sequence of algebras and know that it degenerates at some $E_r$, take for example the cohomology Leray Serre spectral sequence associated to some fibration $F\hookrightarrow ...
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Fibrations with isomorphic Leray-Serre spectral sequences and non-isomorphic cohomology ?

Are there fibrations $F_i \to X_i \to B_i$ $(i=1,2)$ with path-connected bases $B_i$ and connected fibres $F_i$ such that their corresponding Leray-Serre spectral sequences (integral coefficients) are ...
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isomorphic spectral sequences => quasi-isomorphic filtered chain complexes?

Let $(C,\partial)$ and $(C',\partial')$ be chain complexes of $R$-modules where $R$ is a (commutative) ring. Let $F$ and $F'$ be finite filtrations of $C$ and $C'$ respectively, i.e., $$\varnothing = ...
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What is the first interesting matric Toda bracket in the stable homotopy of the sphere?

Feel free to gloss ‘interesting’ as you see fit. One way: 1. What is the lowest degree matric Toda bracket in $\pi_\ast(S)$ that doesn't contain zero? By ‘degree’ I mean total homotopical ...
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Is the 4-line of the E_2 term of the classical Adams spectral sequence known?

In other words: What is $\mathrm{Ext}_{\mathcal{A}}^{4,t}(\mathbb{Z}/2,\mathbb{Z}/2)$? If the 4-line is not known, how much is known about it? Here, $\mathcal{A}$ is the 2-primary Steenrod ...
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Some calculations with the Adams spectral sequence and the cobar complex

I am trying to 'get my hands dirty', so to speak, with some of the calculations with the Adams spectral sequence in Ravenel's Complex Cobordism book, and I have a few questions (I hope it is OK to ask ...
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Transgressions commute with the Steenrod operations on the base and fiber in a central group extension?

The following sentence is quoted from the paper ON THE COHOMOLOGY OF SPLIT EXTENSIONS by D. J. BENSON AND M. FESHBACH: In general, the differentials in the Lyndon-Hochschild-Serre spectral sequence ...
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Profiniteness Condition for Hochschild-Serre Spectral Sequence?

This question may seem elementary to experts but I am quite confused about it: According to the entry of Lyndon–Hochschild–Serre spectral sequence on wikipedia, for a group extension $1\to N\to G\to ...
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Conditions for the restriction $H^i(G,A)\to H^i(H,A)$ being surjective

I was wondering what the condition is for the restriction map (in group cohomology) $H^i(G,A)\to H^i(H,A)$ to be surjective. I am a little confused about when maps between cohomology groups are ...
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Tracking spectral sequence differentials

I read a number of posts here on MO, but haven't quite found an answer to the question of where the differentials in a spectral sequence come from. I came across a differential $d^{0,1}$ on the ...
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How to Compute Transgressions in a Serre Spectral Sequence?

For a short exact sequence of groups $1\rightarrow A\rightarrow B\rightarrow C\rightarrow 1$ there is an associated fibration $K(A,1)\rightarrow K(B,1)\rightarrow K(C,1)$, which can be constructed by ...
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Triply graded spectral sequence?

As we know, most of the spectral sequences are doubly graded. However, this "doubly graded" condition is not a part of the formal definition of spectral sequence. Is there any useful triply ...
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A Question on McCleary's book on Spectral Sequences

I am reading John McCleary's A User's Guide to Spectral Sequence and was quite confused about one result: On page 15 of the version I was reading, it says that if $E^{\star,\star}_2$ is the bigraded ...
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Construction of Serre Spectral Sequence

I'm trying to follow Hopkins' construction of the Serre Spectral Sequence, but some "obvious" things are not that obvious to me. He starts with considering a double complex $C_{\bullet,\bullet}$ with ...
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Computing the homology groups of spaces in a fibration

Let $F\rightarrow X\rightarrow B$ be a fibration. If we know very well the spaces $F$ and $B$ and wish to compute the homology of $X$. One possible tool is the Serre Spectral Sequence. However, it ...
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Inverse limit of spectral sequences

I find myself in the following situation: I have a sequence of first quadrant spectral sequences, let's call them $ E(n)_{p,q}^* $, each convergent to $E(n)_{p,q}^\infty$, with spectral sequence ...
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On two spectral sequences for the cohomology of a double complex

For a (bounded) double complex (of abelian groups or vector spaces) one can consider two spectral sequences that converge to the cohomology of the totalization: one can first compute either the ...
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Spectral sequence for H-space bundles

Let $F \rightarrow E \rightarrow B$ be a fibre bundle such that $B$ is a smooth and compact manifold and $F$ obtains an associative H-space structure. Explicitly, it is not a principal bundle. One ...
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First cohomology of the space of long knots in R^4

Let's consider the space of long knots in $\mathbb R^n, n>3$. I know that there are many results (Vassiliev, Turchin, Sinha, Kontsevich) about different expressions of cohomology of this space. I ...
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Generalized Beilinson spectral sequences

Assume we are workling on $\mathbb{P}^n$ for some $n\geq 1$ and we have a coherent sheaf $F$ on it. Then there are two (well known?) spectral sequences $E_r^{p,q}$ with $E_1$-term: ...
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spectral sequence of cohomology with compact support

Let k be a field, and A, B is subscheme of C over k, F is a sheaf over C. Question 1. what is the relation between $H_c(A\cap B,k)$, $H_c(B,F)$, and $H_c(A\cap B,F)$ ? Question 2. Let A be a strata ...
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Calculate the group cohomology classes $H^d[U(1)\rtimes Z_2, Z]$ and $H^d[U(1)\rtimes Z_2, Z_T]$

I would like to know what are the group cohomology classes $H^d[U(1)\rtimes Z_2, Z]$ and $H^d[U(1)\rtimes Z_2, Z_T]$, and/or how to calculate them. It can be shown that $H^d[U(1), Z]$ is $Z$ for ...
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Multiplicativity in the descent spectral sequence

For a homotopy sheaf $\mathcal{F}$ of ring spectra over some space (/ site / whatever) $X$ with a cover $U_i$, we can build a "descent spectral sequence" with signature $$E^1_{p, q} = \pi_{p+q} ...
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On the multiplicative structure in spectral sequences.

Let $f\colon X \rightarrow Y$ be a continuous map of sufficiently nice topological spaces (say, smooth manifolds). Let ${\cal F}=(\dots\rightarrow F_i \rightarrow F_{i+1}\to \dots)$ be a bounded ...
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Grothendieck spectral sequence [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Composing left and right derived functors Hi, probably this question is obvious. I apologize for this. Given functors $F$ and $G$ left exact, with as good properties as ...
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How does one view the De Rham spectral sequence as a Grothendieck spectral sequence?

I was rereading basic results on de Rham cohomology, and this led me inevitably to the fact that $H^q(X,\Omega^p)$ converges to $H^*(X)$ for any smooth proper variety (over any field). How does one ...
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Where does the primary obstruction of a fibration show up in its spectral sequence?

Let $f\colon\thinspace E\to B$ be a Serre fibration whose fibre $F$ is $k-1$-connected, $k\geq 1$. Assume $B$ is a connected CW complex. Then the primary obstruction to the existence of a cross ...
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The Hochschild-Serre spectral sequence relative to an ideal containing the derived subalgebra

Is the Hochschild-Serre spectral sequence $$H_\bullet(\mathfrak g/\mathfrak h,H_\bullet(\mathfrak h,k))\Rightarrow H_\bullet(\mathfrak g,k)$$ for an extension of Lie algebras $$0\to\mathfrak ...
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Special case of Leray spectral sequence

I am looking for a reference for what is stated in Srinivasan's book "Representations of Finite Chevalley Groups", which is apparently a special case of Leray spectral sequence. I'll quote the ...
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Vanishing cohomology of line bundles on the Springer resolution

My question is regarding Broer's paper "Line bundles on the cotangent bundle of the flag variety" (see http://www.springerlink.com/content/t41418q436524515/). Given the Springer resolution, and its ...
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Third bordism group of BG, where G is an arbitrary compact Lie group.

Is anything known about $\Omega_3(BG)$, where $G$ is an arbitrary compact Lie group; i.e., is it possible to describe the structure of $\Omega_3(BG)$ for any compact Lie group? I know that $H_3(BG)$ ...
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Slick Proof of Kudo Transgression Theorem

The Kudo Trangression Theorem has to do with the transgression in the Leray-Serre spectral sequence for cohomology in $\mathbb{Z}/p$ ($p$ odd). It can be proved by the method of the universal ...
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How to compute the cohomology of the general linear group with integral entries

Q: So how does one compute the cohomology groups $H^*(GL_n(\mathbf{Z}),\mathbf{Z})$? First note that $H^*(GL_n(\mathbf{Z}),\mathbf{Z})$ is isomorphic to $H_B^*(Y/GL_n(\mathbf{Z}),\mathbf{Z})$ (Betti ...
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Proof of the ''trangression theorem''

Here is what I would call the transgression theorem. Let $X$ be a pointed space and $\Omega X$ its loop space. There are two maps $H_{p}(\Omega X) \to H_{p+1}(X)$ which should be the same. I am ...
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Technology for various models of spectra

There are a couple different models for spectra, or constructions of the categories of spectra that have the desired properties (homotopically and otherwise). The construction of the Categories of ...
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Spectral sequences: opening the black box slowly with an example

My friend and I are attempting to learn about spectral sequences at the moment, and we've noticed a common theme in books about spectral sequences: no one seems to like talking about differentials. ...
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Leray-Hirsch for HOMOLOGY?

Let $E\to B$ be a fibre bundle. The Leray-Hirsch theorem states under suitable assumptions, the cohomology of $E$ is an $H^*(B)$-module generated by suitable cohomology classes in $E$. Is there any ...
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Is the first filtration Hausdorff?

Maybe this is too technical and elementary, but I cannot make up my mind, nor find a reference. The situation is the following: let $X$ be a double cochain (right half-plane) complex of abelian ...
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Colimit of intersections

Let $B_i^p$ be a family of sets, where $p\in \mathbb{N}$ and $i \in I$, $I$ being a directed set, and such that, for every $i$, we have a descending chain of inclusions $$ \dots \supset B_i^{p-1} ...
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Are the homology and cohomology Serre spectral sequences dual to each other?

If we use homology and cohomology over a field $k$, if a space has homology and cohomology groups of finite type in each degree, then $H_\ast(X;k)$ is dual to $H^\ast(X;k)$ using the universal ...
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Spectral sequence for reduced homology

In the Serre spectral sequence, is it true that we can replace homology by reduced homology? That is: If $f:X\rightarrow B$ is a Serre fibration,with $F$ the fiber, then if $\tilde E^2_{pq}=\tilde ...
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Convergence of right half-plane spectral sequence bounded on the right

This is a sequel to my previous question colimits of spectral sequences . I think I've found the answer in S.A. Mitchell's paper "Hypercohomology spectra and Thomason's descent theorem". There the ...
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Torsion in K-theory versus torsion in cohomology

Inspired by this question, I wonder if anyone can provide an example of a finite CW complex X for which the order of the torsion subgroup of $H^{even} (X; \mathbb{Z}) = \bigoplus_{k=0}^\infty H^{2k} ...