New answers tagged

3 votes

Group homology for a metacyclic group

Everything follows from the p-primary decomposition theorem, which is nicely explained in Ken Brown's group cohomology bible (Kasper's answer is the restriction-corestriction argument written circa ...
Chris Gerig's user avatar
  • 16.9k
4 votes

Group homology for a metacyclic group

The name metacyclic is normally used for a group which is cyclic-by-cyclic (ie. a group $G$ with a cyclic normal subgroup $N$ such that $G/N$ is also cyclic). I will therefore refer to a finite group $...
Kasper Andersen's user avatar

Top 50 recent answers are included