[en] Explicit calculations play an important role in the theoretical development of the cohomology of groups and its applications. It is becoming more common for such calculations to be derived with the aid of a computer.
This mini-workshop assembled together experts on a diverse range of computational techniques relevant to calculations in the cohomology of arithmetic groups and applications in algebraic K-theory and number theory with a view to extending the scope of computer aided calculations in this area.
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Rahm, Alexander ; University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Science, Technology and Communication (FSTC) > Mathematics Research Unit
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Report on the Oberwolfach Workshop "Computations in the Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups"
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MFO Workshop "Computations in the Cohomology of Arithmetic Groups"
Edited by Alexander D. Rahm as reporter for the Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach (MFO), with presentation summaries contributed by Renaud Coulangeon, Rob de Jeu, Mathieu Dutour-Sikiric, Graham Ellis, David J. Green, Paul E. Gunnells, Günter Harder, Hans-Werner Henn, Kevin Hutchinson, Jean Lannes, Gabriele Nebe, Alexander D. Rahm, Sebastian Schönnenbeck and Dan Yasaki.