The E_1-term of the (2-local) bo-based Adams spectral sequence for the sphere spectrum decomposes into a direct sum of a v_1-periodic part, and a v_1-torsion part. Lellmann and Mahowald completely computed the d_1-differential on the v_1-periodic part, and the corresponding contribution to the E_2-term. The v_1-torsion part is harder to handle, but with the aid of a computer it was computed through the 20-stem by Davis. Such computer computations are limited by the exponential growth of v_1-torsion in the E_1-term. In this paper, we introduce a new method for computing the contribution of the v_1-torsion part to the E_2-term, whose input is the cohomology of the Steenrod algebra. We demonstrate the efficacy of our technique by computing the bo-Adams spectral sequence beyond the 40-stem.
We show that the Hopf elements, the Kervaire classes, and the -family in the stable homotopy groups of spheres are detected by the Hurewicz map from the sphere spectrum to the C 2-fixed points of the Real bordism spectrum. A subset of these families is detected by the C 2-fixed points of Real JohnsonWilson theory E R (n), depending on n. In the proof, we establish an isomorphism between the slice spectral sequence and the C 2-equivariant May spectral sequence of B P R.
We establish a differential d 2 (D 1)= h 0 2 h 3 g 2 in the 51-stem of the Adams spectral sequence at the prime 2, which gives the first correct calculation of the stable 51 and 52 stems. This differential is remarkable since we know of no way to prove it without recourse to the motivic Adams spectral sequence. It is the last undetermined differential in the range of the first author's detailed calculations of the n-stems for n< 60 . This note advertises the use of the motivic Adams spectral sequence to obtain information about classical stable homotopy groups.
We construct a cohomology theory of transitive digraphs and use it to give a new proof of a theorem of Gerstenhaber and Schack about isomorphism between simplicial cohomology and Hochschild cohomology of a certain algebra associated with the simplicial complex.
The path complex and its homology were defined in the previous papers of authors. The theory of path complexes is a natural discrete generalization of the theory of simplicial complexes and the homology of path complexes provide homotopy invariant homology theory of digraphs and (nondirected) graphs. In the paper we study the homology theory of path complexes. In particular, we describe functorial properties of paths complexes, introduce notion of homotopy for path complexes and prove the homotopy invariance of path homology groups. We prove also several theorems that are similar to the results of classical homology theory of simplicial complexes. Then we apply obtained results for construction homology theories on various categories of hypergraphs. We describe basic properties of these homology theories and relations between them. As a particular case, these results give new homology theories on the category of simplicial complexes.