Absolute Hodge cohomology

General Introduction
Absolute Hodge cohomology was defined by Beilinson. It is almost the same thing as Deligne cohomology. See the references below.
See also: DeligneBeilinson cohomology, Deligne cohomology, Weak Hodge cohomology.
Absolute Hodge cohomology is an example of an Absolute cohomology theory, and it is also a BlochOgus cohomology theory.
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Online References
Nekovar's survey on the Beilinson conjectures
Huber and Wildeshaus: Classical motivic polylogarithm according to Beilinson and Deligne. See in particular appendix B.5
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Paper References
Beilinson: Notes on absolute Hodge cohomology. Contemp. Math. 55, 1986.
Original work by Saito
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Definition
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Properties
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Standard theorems
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Open Problems
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Connections to Number Theory
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Computations and Examples
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History and Applications
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Some Research Articles
Wildeshaus on the Eisenstein symbol
Saito: Bloch's conjecture, Deligne cohomology, and Higher Chow groups
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