Homotopy Type and Homology by Hans-Joachim BauesHomotopy Type and Homology by Hans-Joachim Baues

Homotopy Type and Homology

byHans-Joachim Baues

Hardcover | April 30, 1999

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Research mathematicians in algebraic topology will be interested in this new attempt to classify homotopy types of simply connected CW-complexes. This book provides a modern treatment of a long established set of questions in algebraic topology. The author is a leading figure in thisimportant research area.
Hans-Joachim Baues is a Professor at Max-Planck-Institut, Bonn.
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Title:Homotopy Type and HomologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:502 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.3 inPublished:April 30, 1999Publisher:Oxford University Press

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ISBN - 10:0198514824

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. Linear extension and Moore spaces2. Invariants of homotopy types3. On the classification of homotopy types4. The CW-tower of categories5. Spaniert-Whitehead duality and the stable CW-tower6. Eilenberg-Mac Lane functors7. Moore functors8. The homotopy category of (n -1)-connected (n+1)-types8. On the homotopy classification of (n-1)-connected (n+3)-dimensional polyhedra, n49. On the homotopy classification of 2-connected 6-dimensional polyhedra10. Decomposition of homotopy types11. Homotopy groups in dimension 412. On the homotopy classification of simply connected 5-dimensional polyhedra13. Primary homotopy operations and homotopy groups of mapping conesBibliographyIndex

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`Because of its new results and techniques and its comprehensive coverage of the classification of homotopy types of simply-connected complexes with cells in only four consecutive dimensions and dual case, the book is necessary reading for graduate students and researchers in the field and forothers who may wish to use results on homotopy classification in other areas such as classification of manifolds.'Zentrall fur Mathematik, vol. 857, 1997