Axiomatic Stable Homotopy Theory, Issue 610
American Mathematical Society - Mathematics - 114 pages
This book gives an axiomatic presentation of stable homotopy theory. It starts with axioms defining a "stable homotopy category" using these axioms, one can make various constructions - cellular towers, Bousfield localization, and Brown representability, to name a few. Much of the book is devoted to these constructions and to the study of the global structure of stable homotopy categories.
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