The Generalization of the Exterior Square of a Bieberbach Group with Symmetric Point Group
Keywords:Exterior square, Bieberbach group, symmetric point goup
The exterior square is a homological functor originated in the homotopy theory, while Bieberbach groups with symmetric point group are torsion free crystallographic groups. In this paper, the generalization of the exterior square of a Bieberbach group with symmetric point group is constructed up to finite dimension.
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