Algebraic Topology and Algebraic K-theory: Proceedings of a Conference October 24-28, 1983, at Princeton University, Dedicated to John C. Moore on His 60th Birthday

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Princeton University Press, 1987 - Mathematics - 563 pages
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This book contains accounts of talks held at a symposium in honor of John C. Moore in October 1983 at Princeton University, The work includes papers in classical homotopy theory, homological algebra, rational homotopy theory, algebraic K-theory of spaces, and other subjects.

 

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Contents

LIST OF SPEAKERS AT THE CONFERENCE
33
THE EXPONENT OF A MOORE SPACE
35
THE SPACE OF MAPS OF MOORE SPACES INTO SPHERES
72
THE ADAMS SPECTRAL SEQUENCE OF fS3
101
HOMOTOPY GROUPS OF SOME MAPPING TELESCOPES
126
Allan Clark 1961
128
MAPPING TELESCOPES AND KLOCALIZATION
152
THE GEOMETRIC REALIZATION OF THE CHROMATIC
168
GENERIC ALGEBRAS AND CW COMPLEXES
247
CONSTRUCTIONS OF CARTAN AND MOORE
322
FREE Z23 ACTIONS ON FINITE COMPLEXES
332
EQUIVARIANT CONSTRUCTIONS OF NONEQUIVARIANT
345
A DECOMPOSITION OF THE SPACE OF GENERALIZED
365
ALGEBRAIC KTHEORY OF SPACES CONCORDANCE
392
THE MAP BSG A QS
418
VECTOR BUNDLES PROJECTIVE MODULES AND
432

EQUIVALENCES BETWEEN HOMOTOPY THEORIES
180
THE ROLE OF THE STEENROD ALGEBRA IN
206
H Miller
228
XVIX LIMITS OF INFINITESMAL GROUP COHOMOLOGY
523
ALGEBRAIC KTHEORY OF GROUP SCHEME ACTIONS
539
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John C. Moore is Professor and Chair in the Department of Linguistics at the University of California, San Diego.

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