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Cohomology of Bieberbach groups

  • Howard Hiller (a1)


Recently, Szczepariski [11] has constructed examples of aspherical manifolds with the ℚ-homology of a sphere. More precisely, if k is a commutative ring of characteristic zero containing , the following theorem holds.



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