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RELATIVE GROUP COHOMOLOGY AND THE ORBIT CATEGORY
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Pamuk, Semra
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Let G be a finite group and F be a family of subgroups of G closed under conjugation and taking subgroups. We consider the question whether there exists a periodic relative F-projective resolution for Z when F is the family of all subgroups HG with rkHrkG-1. We answer this question negatively by calculating the relative group cohomology FH*(G, ?(2)) where G = Z/2xZ/2 and F is the family of cyclic subgroups of G. To do this calculation we first observe that the relative group cohomology FH*(G, M) can be calculated using the ext-groups over the orbit category of G restricted to the family F. In second part of the paper, we discuss the construction of a spectral sequence that converges to the cohomology of a group G and whose horizontal line at E-2 page is isomorphic to the relative group cohomology of G.
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Group cohomology
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Higher limits
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Orbit category
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https://hdl.handle.net/11511/48409
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COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA
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https://doi.org/10.1080/00927872.2013.776066
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S. Pamuk, “RELATIVE GROUP COHOMOLOGY AND THE ORBIT CATEGORY,”
COMMUNICATIONS IN ALGEBRA
, pp. 3220–3243, 2014, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/48409.