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E, . . , e](2n-times) = [e, . . , e], (2n − 1-times). . ∂(e, . . , e)(2n − 1-times) = 0. This complex is a cellular decomposition of an infinite-dimensional ball, hence contractible. For an arbitrary G, the complex EG contains complexes E g , g ∈ G isomorphic to E e and we can contract all of them independently E g → g ∈ EG where g is a 0-dimensional subcomplex G ⊂ EG. Now we can define a contraction of EG to the simplex ∆ = (g 1 , . . , g n ), where g i runs through G once without repetitions.
It is isomorphic to the image of H ∗ (X , F˜ ) in H ∗ (G al (k(X ), F )). 34 Mathematisches Institut, Seminars, 2005 In fact, this new object is closely related to stable group cohomology, so that the space V L /G and the cohomology groups HS∗ (G, F ) play the role of universal objects in this theory. 2. Let X , F˜ be as above. Then there exists an open subvariety X ⊂ X and regular map X → V L /G for some finite group G, such that a sheaf F˜ is induced from a finite module F over G and the image of H s∗ (X , F˜ ) ⊂ H ∗ (G al (k(X ), F ) is contained in the image of H s∗ (G, F ) ⊂ H ∗ (G al (k(X ), F )).
G r ] = G r as a quotient G r +1 /G by the diagonal. The r -simplices in EG are indexed by G r +1 (before taking the quotient by G) with simplices of dimension n given by ordered sets of vertices (g 1 , g 2 , . . , g n+1 ). We define a natural boundary operator on these simplices via identification with a standard simplex in Rn+1 given by equations x i 0 and x i = 1 with vertices g i given by equations x j = 0, j = i , x i = 1 with induced orientation. The space EG is contractible. e] ∈ ...