2 edition of H-spaces from a homotopy point of view. found in the catalog.
H-spaces from a homotopy point of view.
James D. Stasheff
in Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, 1970
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -95.
|Series||Lecture notes in mathematics, 161, Lecture notes in mathematics,161|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95 p. illus. ;|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Search within book. Front Matter. Pages I-VII. PDF. H-spaces from a homotopy point of view. James Stasheff. Pages The Hopf construction. James Stasheff. Pages The projective plane. James Stasheff. Pages Maps into an H-space: Algebraic structure, inverses, other multiplications, etc.
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[James D Stasheff]. H-spaces from a homotopy point of view.- The Hopf construction.- The projective plane.- Maps into an H-space: Algebraic structure, inverses, other multiplications, etc.- Associativity: Loop spaces and topological groups.- H-spaces which are finite complexes.- The bar construction spectral sequence.- Homotopy associativity.- Maps of H-spaces *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
ebook access is temporary and does not include ownership of the ebook. Only valid for books with an ebook version. Additional info for H-Spaces from a Homotopy Point of View Sample text Let for unstable spectral reasons, by an Ap_l-rna pbut Y be the space with ~ With respect back to the fundamental not an Azi-rna p.
Cite this chapter as: Stasheff J. () H-spaces from a homotopy point of view. In: H-spaces from a Homotopy Point of View. Lecture Notes in Mathematics, vol Cited by: Examples and properties. The multiplicative structure of an H-space adds structure to its homology and cohomology example, the cohomology ring of a path-connected H-space H-spaces from a homotopy point of view.
book finitely generated and free cohomology groups is a Hopfone can define the Pontryagin product on the homology groups of an H-space. The fundamental group of an H-space is abelian. HOMOTOPY ASSOCIATIVITY OF ^-SPACES. II BY JAMES DILLON STASHEFF(i) 1. Introduction.
This paper is a sequal to "Homotopy Associativity of H-spaces. I" , hereafter referred to as HAH I, in that it continues the study of the associative law from the point of view of homotopy theory, but knowledge of HAH I is assumed only in a few places.
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[+ pages, letter size, in color, with color links]. Recall an H-space is a pointed space X, together with a binary operation X × X → m X called multiplication such that the base point acts as a left and right unit. H-spaces occur all the time in list some examples here: (1) Take any space ΩY be the space of all loops that begin and end at a fixed point y 0 in Y.
(2) Any topological group. The answer is no. This fact was established by I.M. James. A later proof by Daciberg Goncalves, "Mod 2 homotopy associative H-spaces" in Geometric Applications of Homotopy Theory IEdited by t and M.E.
Mahowald, Lecture Notes in MathematicsSpringer-Verlag (), revealed the universal nature of the obstruction. Intended for use both as a text and a reference, this book is an exposition of the fundamental ideas of algebraic topology.
The first third of the book covers the fundamental group, its definition and its application in the study of covering spaces. The focus then turns to homology theory, including cohomology, cup products, cohomology operations, and topological manifolds.3/5(1).
I don't think that "homotopy-first" is a special feature of the recent references. The following classical textbooks begin by introducing the general notions from the homotopy theory: Algebraic Topology by E. Spanier. Algebraic topology - homotopy and homology by R. Switzer. In my opinion, these books provide a basis for a good graduate.
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The four main chapters present the basics: fundamental group and covering spaces, homology and cohomology, higher homotopy groups, and homotopy theory generally. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). Let Z be a path connected H-space with H∗(Z;Zp) concentrated in even degrees.
Then the Eilenberg–Moore spectral sequences associated to the path loop .View: ; DOWNLOAD NOW» This solution manual accompanies the first part of the book An Illustrated Introduction toTopology and Homotopy by the same author.
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