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Tensor products and homotopies for ωgroupoids and crossed complexes
, 2007
"... Crossed complexes have longstanding uses, explicit and implicit, in homotopy theory and the cohomology of groups. It is here shown that the category of crossed complexes over groupoids has a symmetric monoidal closed structure in which the internal Hom functor is built from morphisms of crossed comp ..."
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Crossed complexes have longstanding uses, explicit and implicit, in homotopy theory and the cohomology of groups. It is here shown that the category of crossed complexes over groupoids has a symmetric monoidal closed structure in which the internal Hom functor is built from morphisms of crossed complexes, nonabelian chain homotopies between them and similar higher homotopies. The tensor product involves nonabelian constructions related to the commutator calculus and the homotopy addition lemma. This monoidal closed structure is derived from that on the equivalent category of ωgroupoids where the underlying cubical structure gives geometrically natural definitions of tensor products and homotopies.
Covering groups of nonconnected topological groups, and the monodromy groupoid of a topological group
, 1993
"... All spaces are assumed to be locally path connected and semilocally 1connected. Let X be a connected topological group with identity e, and let p: ˜ X → X be the universal cover of the underlying space of X. It follows easily from classical properties of lifting maps to covering spaces that for a ..."
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All spaces are assumed to be locally path connected and semilocally 1connected. Let X be a connected topological group with identity e, and let p: ˜ X → X be the universal cover of the underlying space of X. It follows easily from classical properties of lifting maps to covering spaces that for any point ˜e in ˜ X with p˜e = e there is a unique structure of topological group on ˜ X such that ˜e is the
Theory and Applications of Crossed Complexes
, 1993
"... ... L are simplicial sets, then there is a strong deformation retraction of the fundamental crossed complex of the cartesian product K \Theta L onto the tensor product of the fundamental crossed complexes of K and L. This satisfies various sideconditions and associativity/interchange laws, as for t ..."
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... L are simplicial sets, then there is a strong deformation retraction of the fundamental crossed complex of the cartesian product K \Theta L onto the tensor product of the fundamental crossed complexes of K and L. This satisfies various sideconditions and associativity/interchange laws, as for the chain complex version. Given simplicial sets K 0 ; : : : ; K r , we discuss the rcube of homotopies induced on (K 0 \Theta : : : \Theta K r ) and show these form a coherent system. We introduce a definition of a double crossed complex, and of the associated total (or codiagonal) crossed complex. We introduce a definition of homotopy colimits of diagrams of crossed complexes. We show that the homotopy colimit of crossed complexes can be expressed as the
Combinatorics of curvature, and the Bianchi identity
 APPL. OF CATEGORIES
, 1996
"... We analyze the Bianchi Identity as an instance of a basic fact of combinatorial groupoid theory, related to the Homotopy Addition Lemma. Here it becomes formulated in terms of 2forms with values in the gauge group bundle of a groupoid, and leads in particular to the (ChernWeil) construction of c ..."
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We analyze the Bianchi Identity as an instance of a basic fact of combinatorial groupoid theory, related to the Homotopy Addition Lemma. Here it becomes formulated in terms of 2forms with values in the gauge group bundle of a groupoid, and leads in particular to the (ChernWeil) construction of characteristic classes. The method is that of synthetic di erential geometry, using \the rst neighbourhood of the diagonal " of a manifold as its basic combinatorial structure. We introduce as a tool a new and simple description of wedge ( = exterior) products of di erential forms in this context.
On the Schreier theory of nonabelian extensions: generalisations and computations
 Proc. Roy. Irish Acad. Sect. A
, 1996
"... We use presentations and identities among relations to give a generalisation of the Schreier theory of nonabelian extensions of groups. This replaces the usual multiplication table for the extension group by more efficient, and often geometric, data. The methods utilise crossed modules and crossed r ..."
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We use presentations and identities among relations to give a generalisation of the Schreier theory of nonabelian extensions of groups. This replaces the usual multiplication table for the extension group by more efficient, and often geometric, data. The methods utilise crossed modules and crossed resolutions.
Free crossed resolutions of groups and presentations of modules of identities among relations
, 2008
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The Persistent Abstract
 Machine”, Proceedings of the Third International Workshop on Persistent Object Systems
, 1989
"... The notion of local equivalence relation on a topological space is generalised to that of local subgroupoid. The main result is the construction of the holonomy and monodromy groupoids of certain Lie local subgroupoids, and the formulation of a monodromy principle on the extendibility of local Lie m ..."
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The notion of local equivalence relation on a topological space is generalised to that of local subgroupoid. The main result is the construction of the holonomy and monodromy groupoids of certain Lie local subgroupoids, and the formulation of a monodromy principle on the extendibility of local Lie morphisms.
Homotopies and automorphism of crossed modules of groupoids
, 2003
"... Abstract. We give a detailed description of the structure of the actor 2crossed module related to the automorphisms of a crossed module of groupoids. This generalises work of Brown and Gilbert for the case of crossed modules of groups, and part of this is needed for work on 2dimensional holonomy t ..."
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Abstract. We give a detailed description of the structure of the actor 2crossed module related to the automorphisms of a crossed module of groupoids. This generalises work of Brown and Gilbert for the case of crossed modules of groups, and part of this is needed for work on 2dimensional holonomy to be developed elsewhere.