This book grew out of courses which I taught at Cornell University and
the University of Warwick during 1969 and 1970. I wrote it because of a
strong belief that there should be readily available a semi-historical and geometrically
motivated exposition of J. H. C. Whitehead's beautiful theory of
simple-homotopy types; that the best way to understand this theory is to
know how and why it was built.
SAMUEL EILENBERG. Automata, Languages, and Machines: Volumes A and B MORRIS HIRSCH N D STEPHEN A SMALE. Differential Equations, Dynamical Systems, and Linear Algebra WILHELM MAGNUS. Noneuclidean Tesselations and Their Groups FRANCOIS TREVES. Linear Partial Differential Equations Basic WILLIAM BOOTHBY. Introduction to Differentiable Manifolds and Riemannian M. An Geometry ~ A Y T O N GRAY. Homotopy Theory : An Introduction to Algebraic Topology ROBERT ADAMS. A. Sobolev Spaces JOHN BENEDETTO. J. Spectral Synthesis D. V. WIDDER.
This paper introduces a rigorous computer-assisted procedure for analyzing hyperbolic 3-manifolds. This procedure is used to complete the proof of several long-standing rigidity conjectures in 3-manifold theory as well as to provide a new lower bound for the volume of a closed orientable hyperbolic 3-manifold. Theorem 0.1. Let N be a closed hyperbolic 3-manifold.
Topological Hochschild homology and localization 2. The homotopy groups of T (A|K) 3. The de Rham-Witt complex and TR· (A|K; p) ∗ 4. Tate cohomology and the Tate spectrum 5. The Tate spectral sequence for T (A|K) 6. The pro-system TR· (A|K; p, Z/pv )
Appendix A. Truncated polynomial algebras References Introduction In this paper we establish a connection between the Quillen K-theory of certain local ﬁelds and the de Rham-Witt complex of their rings of integers with logarithmic poles at the maximal ideal.
We develop a framework for displaying the stable homotopy theory of the sphere, at least after localization at the second Morava K-theory K(2). At the prime 3, we write the spectrum LK(2) S 0 as the inverse limit of a tower of hF ﬁbrations with four layers. The successive ﬁbers are of the form E2 where F is a ﬁnite subgroup of the Morava stabilizer group and E2 is the second Morava or Lubin-Tate homology theory. We give explicit calculation of the homotopy groups of these ﬁbers.
For each k ∈ Z, we construct a uniformly contractible metric on Euclidean space which is not mod k hypereuclidean. We also construct a pair of uniformly contractible Riemannian metrics on Rn , n ≥ 11, so that the resulting manifolds Z and Z are bounded homotopy equivalent by a homotopy equivalence which is not boundedly close to a homeomorphism. We show that for these lf spaces the C ∗ -algebra assembly map K∗ (Z) → K∗ (C ∗ (Z)) from locally ﬁnite K-homology to the K-theory of the bounded propagation algebra is not a monomorphism ...