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Title Secondary Hochschild and Cyclic (Co)homologies
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Degree PhD
Discipline/Department Mathematics
Degree Level doctoral
University/Publisher Bowling Green State University
Abstract Hochschild cohomology was originally introduced in 1945. Much more recently in 2013 a generalization of this theory, the secondary Hochschild cohomology, was brought to light. In this dissertation we provide the details behind the simplicial structure for the chain complexes associated to the (secondary) Hochschild (co)homology. For this we introduce the notion of simplicial algebras and simplicial modules. The key results are two lemmas (3.4.1 and 3.4.2) that can be thought of as analogues of the Tor and Ext functors in the context of simplicial modules. It was a pleasant surprise that the higher order Hochschild homology over the 2-sphere can also be described using simplicial structures. We study some other related concepts like the secondary Hochschild and cyclic homologies associated to the triple (A,B,ε), as well as some of their properties.
Subjects/Keywords Mathematics; homological algebra; deformation theory; associative rings and algebras; Hochschild cohomology; cyclic cohomology
Contributors Staic, Mihai D. (Advisor)
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Date Indexed 2020-10-19
Grantor Bowling Green State University

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…long exact sequence for the cohomology, and both have proved useful for computations. In 2013 Staic introduced the secondary Hochschild cohomology of the triple (A, B, ε) with coefficients in M in [39]. Here A is an associative k…

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…fix A to be an associative k-algebra and M an A-bimodule. Define C n (A, M ) = Homk (A⊗n , M ) and dn : C n (A, M ) −→ C n+1 (A, M ) determined by dn (f )(a0 ⊗ a1 ⊗ · · · ⊗ an ) = a0 f (…

…x5B;21] in order to study extensions of associative algebras over fields. Almost twenty years later, Gerstenhaber made a connection between Hochschild cohomology and deformation theory. His result is below. Theorem 2.5.7. ([16])…

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…We consider a family of products M = {mα,t }α∈B where mα,t (a ⊗ b) = ε(α)ab + c1 (a ⊗ b ⊗ α)t + c2 (a ⊗ b ⊗ α)t2 + c3 (a ⊗ b ⊗ α)t3 + · · · Then (i) The family M is associative mod…

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