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In mathematics, the Goncharov conjecture is a conjecture introduced by Goncharov (1995) suggesting that the cohomology of certain motivic complexes coincides with pieces of K-groups. It extends a conjecture due to Zagier (1991).


Goncharov, A. B. (1995), "Geometry of configurations, polylogarithms, and motivic cohomology", Advances in Mathematics 114 (2): 197–318, doi:10.1006/aima.1995.1045, ISSN 0001-8708, MR 1348706
Zagier, Don (1991), "Polylogarithms, Dedekind zeta functions and the algebraic K-theory of fields", Arithmetic algebraic geometry (Texel, 1989), Progr. Math. 89, Boston, MA: Birkhäuser Boston, pp. 391–430, ISBN 978-0-8176-3513-8, MR 1085270

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