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Alpine perspectives on algebraic topology third Arolla Conference on Algebraic Topology, August 18-24, 2008, Arolla, Switzerland by Arolla Conference on Algebraic Topology (3rd 2008)

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Published by American Mathematical Society in Providence, R.I .
Written in English

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Includes bibliographical references.

StatementChristian Ausoni, Kathryn Hess, Jérôme Scherer, editors
SeriesContemporary mathematics -- v. 504, Contemporary mathematics (American Mathematical Society) -- v. 504.
ContributionsAusoni, Christian, 1968-, Hess, Kathryn, 1967-, Scherer, Jérôme, 1969-
LC ClassificationsQA612 .A76 2008
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 254 p. :
Number of Pages254
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24546864M
ISBN 100821848399
ISBN 109780821848395
LC Control Number2009028123

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prove basic theorems in algebraic topology. Some standard references on the material covered in this course include the books [14], [36], [43], [9], [17][31], and [7]. A large part of the material in these notes was distilled from these books. Moreover, one can find some of the material covered in much greater generality and detailinthesetomes.   Comments: 25 pages, 11 figures. To appear in, "Alpine perspectives on algebraic topology", edited by C. Ausoni, K. Hess, and J. Scherer, Contemp. Math., AMS.   Substantial revision with improvements in some results and proofs. New appendix on non-exactness of tensorproducts with pro-free modules. Final version, to appear in `Alpine perspectives on algebraic topology', Contemp. Math: Subjects: Algebraic Topology (); Commutative Algebra () MSC classes. These are notes from a graduate student course on algebraic topology and K-theory given by Daniel Quillen at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology during He had just received the Fields Medal for his work on these topics among others and was funny and .