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    suddenly I found a bunch of further references on this, so I am giving this its own entry now, for ease of recording stuff

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    made the entry title more general/canonical

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    added pointer to

    • Ove Kroll, An Algebraic Characterisation of Chern Classes of Finite Group Representations, Bulletin of the LMS, Volume19, Issue3 May 1987 Pages 245-248 (doi:10.1112/blms/19.3.245)

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    added pointer to

    • Arnaud Beauville, Chern classes for representations of reductive groups (arXiv:math/0104031)

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    • J. Gunarwardena, B. Kahn, C. Thomas, Stiefel-Whitney classes of real representations of finite groups, Journal of Algebra Volume 126, Issue 2, 1 November 1989, Pages 327-347 (doi:10.1016/0021-8693(89)90309-8)

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    started to add some rudiments on Symonds’s splitting principle formula for the Chern character of a linear representation – not done yet

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