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    added pointer to the original article:

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    added references for twists in degree 1 and for twists in degree higher than 3

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    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2021

    am adding references (here) on 3-twisted de Rham cohomology generalized to equivariance/orbifolds

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    • CommentTimeAug 19th 2021

    started some lines on the definition of equivariant twisted de Rham cohomology according to Tu&Xu and others (here).

    It’s telegraphic for the moment, since first I wrote out some technical preliminaries (here) which made me run out of steam here.

    More later.

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    • CommentTimeAug 20th 2021

    I have added (here) some more lead-in words for the equivariant case (but still thin) and then I started to spell out (here) detail/proof for the claims implicit in FHT 07, (3.5).

    (What I don’t see yet is how to prove that the action of π 1\pi_1 on the cohomology of the fiber is trivial, so that their Serre spectral sequence really applies – have left a comment on this here.)

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    A spectral sequence for twisted de Rham cohomology is discussed in

    • Weiping Li, Xiugui Liu, He Wang, On a spectral sequence for twisted cohomologies, arXiv:0911.1417.

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    • CommentTimeSep 29th 2021

    Thanks. I have added publication data (here) and cross-linked with Atiyah&Segal05.

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    • (edited Jan 9th 2022)

    for when editing functionality is back:

    we should add pointer to

    • Pierre Deligne, Section II.6 in: Equations différentielles à points singuliers réguliers, Lecture Notes in Math 163, Springer 1970 (pdf, publication.ias:355)

    • Pavel I. Etingof, Igor Frenkel, Alexander A Kirillov, Section 7.2 in: Lectures on Representation Theory and Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov Equations, Mathematical surveys and monographs 58, American Mathematical Society (1998)

    for textbook/moograph discussion of 1-twisted de Rham cohomology.

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