Ralph L. Cohen, Chair
Robert Guralnick
Michael A. Singer
Benjamin Sudakov
Michael I. Weinstein
2010 Mathematics Subject Classification. Primary 55N34, 55N35, 55N22, 57R77, 55T05,
55T15, 18G40, 14H52, 14D23, 13D03.
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Topological modular forms / Christopher L. Douglas, John Francis, Andr´ e G. Henriques, Michael
A. Hill, editors.
pages cm. (Mathematical surveys and monographs ; volume 201)
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 978-1-4704-1884-7 (alk. paper)
1. Topological fields. 2. Algebraic fields. 3. Curves, Elliptic. I. Douglas, Christopher L.,
editor. II. Francis, John, 1982– editor. III. Henriques, Andr´ e G. (Andr´ e Gil), 1977– editor.
IV. Hill, Michael A. (Michael Anthony), editor.
QA611.T656 2014
514 .23—dc23
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