INTERMEDIARIES IN BREDON (CO)HOMOLOGY AND CLASSIFYING SPACES

@article{Dembegioti2011INTERMEDIARIESIB,
  title={INTERMEDIARIES IN BREDON (CO)HOMOLOGY AND CLASSIFYING SPACES},
  author={Fotini Dembegioti and Nansen Petrosyan and Olympia Talelli},
  journal={Publicacions Matematiques},
  year={2011},
  volume={56},
  pages={393-412}
}
For certain contractible G-CW-complexes and F a family of subgroups of G, we construct a spectral sequence converging to the F-Bredon cohomology of G with E1-terms given by the F-Bredon cohomology of the stabilizer subgroups. As applications, we obtain several corollaries concerning the cohomological and geometric dimensions of the classifying space EFG. We also introduce, for any subgroup closed class of groups F, a hierarchically de ned class of groups and show that if a group G is in this… Expand
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