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A note on formal periods

@inproceedings{Hormann2021ANO,
  title={A note on formal periods},
  author={Fritz Hormann},
  year={2021}
}
We give an elementary description of the space of formal periods of a mixed motive. This allows for a simplified reformulation of the period conjectures of Grothendieck and Kontsevich-Zagier. Furthermore, we develop a machinery which in principle allows to determine the space of formal periods for an arbitrary mixed motive explicitly. 

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