By Martin Arkowitz, Gregory Lupton (auth.), Carles Broto, Carles Casacuberta, Guido Mislin (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3034890184

ISBN-13: 9783034890182

ISBN-10: 303489869X

ISBN-13: 9783034898690

Central to this selection of papers are new advancements within the normal idea of localization of areas. This box has passed through large swap of past due and is yielding new perception into the mysteries of classical homotopy thought. the current quantity includes the refereed articles submitted on the convention on Algebraic Topology held in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Spain, in June 1994. numerous complete articles on common localization make clear the fundamental instruments and provides a document at the cutting-edge within the subject material. The textual content is as a result available not just to the pro mathematician but additionally to the complex student.

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The following case, first noted by Dror Farjoun, is particularly useful. 5. For WE Ho*, P w preserves each fibre sequence F oj pointed spaces such that B is W -null and connected. In the natural Postnikov tower -> X -> B 35 Unstable localization and periodicity we long suspected that the higher fibres might be Eilcnberg-MacLane spaces for many choices of W beyond the classical spheres. We very much wanted to prove such a result because we knew that it would imply strong fibration theorems for nullification functors and allow us to bring some important parts of stable localization and periodicity theory into the unstable realm.

In Section 2, we introduce a corresponding theory of nullifications for spectra which we apply to determine nullifications of Eilenberg-MacLane spaces and other infinite loop spaces. In Section 3, we begin to classify spaces according to the nullification functors which they produce, and prove a classification theorem for finite suspension complexes similar to the Hopkins-Smith classification theorem for finite spectra. In Section 4, we study the arithmetic nullifications, which act very much like classical localizations and completions of spaces.

We now present a simple version of this tower and compare it with a stable chromatic tower of Ravenel [29] and others. We work over a fixed prime p. 1 AN UNSTABLE CHROMATIC TOWER. For each n 2': 0, we choose a finite ptorsion complex V n of p-type n+ 1 such that connp V n is minimal. For instance, we may choose V 0 = S1 Up e2 and choose V I for p odd to be the cofibre of the Adams map A : ~2p-2(S2 Up e") --t S2 Up e2 constructed in [15]. 16], and actually equals n in the only known cases above.

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