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Tools for understanding topological coHochschild homology

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HHH - Homotopy harnessing higher structures

Hochschild homology is a classical invariant of algebras.  A “topological” version, called THH , has important connections to algebraic K-theory, Waldhausen's A-theory, and free loop spaces.  For coalgebras, there is a dual invariant called “coHochschild homology” and Hess and Shipley have recently defined a topological version called “coTHH.”  In this talk, I'll talk about coTHH (and THH ) are defined and then discuss work with Gerhardt, Hogenhaven, Shipley and Ziegenhagen in which we develop some computational tools for approaching coTHH.

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