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Characterizations of homotopy 3-spheres

Eduardo Re go

Characterizations of homotopy 3-spheres

by Eduardo Re go

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Published by typescript in [s.l.] .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Warwick, 1988.

Statementby Eduardo Re go.
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Open LibraryOL13922457M

  It describes Whitehead's version of homotopy theory in terms of CW-complexes. This book is composed of 21 chapters and begins with an overview of a theorem to Borsuk and the homotopy type of ANR. The subsequent chapters deal with four-dimensional polyhedral, the homotopy type of a special kind of polyhedron, and the combinatorial homotopy I and Edition: 1. Topology Conference Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, March 22–24, Characterizations and mappings of M i spaces. C. R. Borges, D. J. Lutzer. Some special presentations of homotopy 3-spheres. Wolfgang Haken. Pages A covering property for metric spaces. William E. Haver.

Abstract Homotopy Theory: The Interaction of Category Theory and Homotopy theory A revised version of the article Timothy Porter Febru Abstract This article is an expanded version of notes for a series of lectures given at the Corso estivo Categorie e Topologia organised by the Gruppo Nazionale di Topologia del M.U.R.S.T. in. Or, an argument that does not use the van Kampen theorem is to manipulate a CW complex to get a homotopy equivalent space. If you contract $\gamma_1$ and $\gamma_2$ from before, you get a space that is the wedge product of two spheres and a sphere whose north and south poles are identified.

The Mathematics Genealogy Project is in need of funds to help pay for student help and other associated costs. If you would like to contribute, please donate online using credit card or bank transfer or mail your tax-deductible contribution to: Mathematics Genealogy Project Department of Mathematics North Dakota State University P. O. Box Since the introduction of homotopy groups by Hurewicz in , homotopy theory has occupied a prominent place in the development of algebraic topology. This monograph provides an account of the subject which bridges the gap between the fundamental concepts of topology and the more complex treatment to be found in original by:


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Characterizations of homotopy 3-spheres by Eduardo Re go Download PDF EPUB FB2

Characterizations of homotopy 3-spheres. Author: Rego, E. ISNI: Awarding Body: University of Warwick Current Institution: University of Warwick Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Access from EThOS.

Homology 3-sphere is a closed 3-dimensional manifold whose homology equals that of the 3-sphere. These objects may look rather special but they have played an outstanding role in geometric topology for the past fifty : Hardcover.

Characterizations of homotopy 3-spheres. By E Rego. Abstract. SIGLEAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:D / BLDSC - British Author: E Rego. Characterizations and mappings of Mi spaces. Pages Borges, C. (et al.) Some special presentations of homotopy 3-spheres.

Pages Characterizations of homotopy 3-spheres book, Wolfgang. Preview. A covering property for metric spaces. Book Title Topology Conference Book Subtitle Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, March 22 - 24, 3 The Pontryagin–Thom construction In this section, we will describe our main tool for understanding the homotopy groups of spheres.

Fix some n ≥ 1 and k ≥ 0, and let Mk be a k-dimensional submanifold of Rn+k. The restriction to Mk of the tangent bundle of Rn+k is a trivial vector bundle Mk ×Rn+k.

The tangent bundle TMk is a subbundle of Mk × Rn+, the usual Euclidean inner. On the existence of exotic homotopy 3-spheres. Jorma Jormakka. Karhekuja 4, Van taa, Finland. [email protected] Abstract. This paper gives a geometric topological proof that Author: Jorma Jormakka. Among the highlights of this period are Casson’s results on the Rohlin invariant of homotopy 3-spheres, as well as his l-invariant.

The purpose of this book is to provide a much-needed bridge to Author: Sang Youl Lee. There is a very elegant characterization of a homotopy 3-sphere in terms of any corresponding H-diagram: THEOREM 1. S(x, y) is an H-diagram of a homotopy 3-sphere if and only if there is an embedding of T(y) in S3 such that xl,xz, xbound disjoint orientable surfaces S S2, Cited by: 6.

iii Abstract The goal of this thesis is to prove that π 4(S3) ’Z/2Z in homotopy type particularitisaconstructiveandpurelyhomotopy-theoreticproof. Homotopy Type Theory: Univalent Foundations of Mathematics The Univalent Foundations Program Institute for Advanced Study Buy a hardcover copy for $ [ pages, 6" × 9" size, hardcover] Buy a paperback copy for $ [ pages, 6" × 9" size, paperback] Download PDF for on-screen viewing.

[+ pages, letter size, in color, with color links]. The authors are particularly interested in the homomorphism on the level of the homotopy groups of the spaces induced by the inclusion ι: A → n Π 1 X, the homotopy type of the homotopy fibre.

My initial inclination was to call this book The Music of the Spheres, but I was dissuaded from doing so by my diligent publisher, who is ever mindful of the sensibilities of librarians.(l 86, preface). With all due respect to anyone interested in them, the stable homotopy groups of spheres are a mess.J.

We investigate a notion of $\\times$-homotopy of graph maps that is based on the internal hom associated to the categorical product in the category of graphs.

It is shown that graph $\\times$-homotopy is characterized by the topological properties of the $\\Hom$ complex, a functorial way to assign a poset (and hence topological space) to a pair of graphs; $\\Hom$ complexes were introduced Cited by: 7. This concludes the case of homotopy 3-spheres and proves Theorem 2.

Somewhat more generally, a fake 3- ball is a compact contractible 3-manifold C, with boundary ∂C homeomorphic to the 2-sphere S 2, such that C is not homeomorphic to the standard by: 2. Math Chapter I: Homotopy Theory Laurenţiu Maxim Department of Mathematics University of Wisconsin [email protected] Febru Contents 1 HomotopyGroups 2 2 RelativeHomotopyGroups 7 3 HomotopyExtensionProperty 11 4 CellularApproximation 11 5 Excisionforhomotopygroups.

TheSuspensionTheorem 13 6 HomotopyGroupsofSpheres 14 7. "This book contains much impressive mathematics, namely the achievements by algebraic topologists in obtaining extensive information on the stable homotopy groups of spheres, and the computation of various cobordism groups.

It is a long book, and for the major part a very advanced book. In mathematics, homotopy groups are used in algebraic topology to classify topological spaces.

The first and simplest homotopy group is the fundamental group, which records information about loops in a space. Intuitively, homotopy groups record information about the basic shape, or holes, of a topological space. To define the n-th homotopy group, the base-point-preserving maps from an n-dimensional sphere.

Then a functor on the category of topological spaces is homotopy invariant if it can be expressed as a functor on the homotopy category. For example, homology groups are a functorial homotopy invariant: this means that if f and g from X to Y are homotopic, then the group homomorphisms induced by f and g on the level of homology groups are the same: H n (f) = H n (g): H n (X) → H.

The corresponding homotopy category is often referred to as “the homotopy category”, by default, or the “classical homotopy category” for emphasis. This turns out to be equivalent to the category of topological spaces or (for weak homotopy equivalences) of just those homeomorphic to CW-complexes with left homotopy - classes of.

In recent years it has been shown that large amounts of homotopy theory can be done inside Book HoTT, including homotopy groups of spheres [LS13,LB13, Bru16], ordinary and generalized cohomology Author: Guillaume Brunerie. Notes for a second-year graduate course in advanced topology at MIT, designed to introduce the student to some of the important concepts of homotopy theory.

This book consists of notes for a second year graduate course in advanced topology given by Professor Whitehead at M.I.T. Presupposing a knowledge of the fundamental group and of algebraic topology as far as singular theory, it is designed.Thanks for contributing an answer to Mathematics Stack Exchange!

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Use MathJax to format equations.The book emphasizes how homotopy theory fits in with the rest of algebraic topology, and so less emphasis is placed on the actual calculation of homotopy groups, although there is enough of the latter to satisfy the reader's curiosity in this regard/5(2).