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Computing Cuspidal Cohomology

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Anneke Bart, SLU

  • Topology Seminar
When Thu, Feb 20, 2003
from 03:45 PM to 04:45 PM
Where RH 134
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Abstract: Bending Deformations may be studied by computing cuspidal cohomology with twisted coefficients. Several methods are available for this computation. I will describe how to use the Mendoza Complex for Bianchi Orbifolds and their quotient manifolds to compute the cuspidal cohomology. Examples will include the figure eight knot complement and a 2 component link whose fundamental group is a subgroup of the Bianchi Group PSL2(O7). (I will of course start by explaining what a Bianchi group and a Mendoza Complex is.)

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