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It follows that the fundamental class of closed locally symmetric spaces is bounded; as explained by M. e. a non-trivial lower bound for its volume with respect to any (suitably normalised) Riemannian metric. 24in Algebraic topology, Aarhus 1978, 109–119, Springer 1979. ´ (56):5–99, 1982. Math. IHES, 26PhD thesis, ETHZ Diss. Nr. 15636, 2004. 27J. , 65(1):19–59, 2003. 28Acta Mathematica, to appear. 29Simplicial volume of locally symmetric spaces covered by SL (R)/SO(3), 3 preprint. 25Publ. GUIDO’S BOOK OF CONJECTURES 39 Many more questions are related to the above conjecture via the following steps listed in increasing order of refinement: (i) find a bounded cocycle representing a given class; (ii) establish a sharp numerical bound for that class; (iii) determine the equivalence class of the cocycle up to boundaries of bounded cochains only.
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