## 例文

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- This incorporates the Abel Jacobi map from cycles
*homologically*equivalent to zero to the intermediate Jacobian. - Notice here that the differential lowers the degree and so this differential graded Lie algebra is considered to be
*homologically*graded. - where Z ^ k ( X ) denotes the group of algebraic cycles of some fixed codimension " k " and the subscripts indicate the groups that are
*homologically*trivial, respectively algebraically equivalent to zero. - The choice of ( co ) homological grading usually depends upon personal preference or the situation as they are equivalent : a
*homologically*graded space can be made into a cohomological one via setting L ^ i = L _ {-i }. - Similarly, the subgroup that acts trivially on the homology of " M " is called the "'Torelli group "'of " M ", one could think of this as the mapping class group of a
*homologically*-marked surface.