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SCO - Simplicial Cohomology of Orbifolds


23 August 2023

Simon Görtzen
Simon Görtzen
Lehrstuhl B fuer Mathematik, RWTH Aachen
Templergraben 64
52062 Aachen


This document explains the primary uses of the SCO package. Included in this manual is a documented list of the most important methods and functions you will need. For the theoretical basis of this package please refer to my diploma thesis and the corresponding paper (work in progress; [G\t08]).


© 2007-2011 by Simon Goertzen

This package may be distributed under the terms and conditions of the GNU Public License Version 2 or (at your option) any later version.


The SCO package would not have been possible without the theoretical work by I. Moerdijk and D. A. Pronk concerning simplicial cohomology of orbifolds [MP99]. Many thanks to these two, as well as Mohamed Barakat and the Lehrstuhl B für Mathematik at RWTH Aachen University in general. It should be noted that SCO in its current functionality is dependent on the GAP package homalg by M. Barakat [BLH20], as it relies on homalg to do the actual computations. This manual was created with the help of the GAPDoc package by M. Neunhöffer and F. Lübeck.


1 Introduction
2 Usage
3 Examples
4 SCO methods and functions
A An Overview of the SCO package source code

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