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Book DetailsCRM Proceedings & Lecture NotesVolume: 6; 1994; 198 ppMSC: Primary 55; Secondary 20
This volume presents a crosssection of new developments in algebraic topology. The main portion consists of survey articles suitable for advanced graduate students and professionals pursuing research in this area. A great variety of topics are covered, many of which are of interest to researchers working in other areas of mathematics. In addition, some of the articles cover topics in group theory and homological algebra.
Titles in this series are copublished with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques.
ReadershipGraduate students and research mathematicians, particularly topologists.

Table of Contents

Chapters

Recent advances in unstable localization

HurwitzRadon matrices revisited: From effective solution of the Hurwitz matrix equations to Bott periodicity

The first order Euler characteristic

On fibrewise homotopy theory

The Mislin genus of a space

Mapping class groups, characteristic classes, and Bernoulli numbers

$H^\ast (\mathrm {RP}^\infty \times \cdots \times \mathrm {RP}^\infty )$ as a module over the Steenrod algebra

Computing homotopy classes of phantom maps

On groups generated by three involutions, two of which commute

Types of projective resolutions for finite groups


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This volume presents a crosssection of new developments in algebraic topology. The main portion consists of survey articles suitable for advanced graduate students and professionals pursuing research in this area. A great variety of topics are covered, many of which are of interest to researchers working in other areas of mathematics. In addition, some of the articles cover topics in group theory and homological algebra.
Titles in this series are copublished with the Centre de Recherches Mathématiques.
Graduate students and research mathematicians, particularly topologists.

Chapters

Recent advances in unstable localization

HurwitzRadon matrices revisited: From effective solution of the Hurwitz matrix equations to Bott periodicity

The first order Euler characteristic

On fibrewise homotopy theory

The Mislin genus of a space

Mapping class groups, characteristic classes, and Bernoulli numbers

$H^\ast (\mathrm {RP}^\infty \times \cdots \times \mathrm {RP}^\infty )$ as a module over the Steenrod algebra

Computing homotopy classes of phantom maps

On groups generated by three involutions, two of which commute

Types of projective resolutions for finite groups