# Generalized Cohomological Index Theories for Lie Group Actions with an Application to Bifurcation Questions for Hamiltonian Systems.

Inventiones mathematicae (1978)

- Volume: 45, page 139-174
- ISSN: 0020-9910; 1432-1297/e

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topFadell, E.R., and Rabinowitz, P.H.. "Generalized Cohomological Index Theories for Lie Group Actions with an Application to Bifurcation Questions for Hamiltonian Systems.." Inventiones mathematicae 45 (1978): 139-174. <http://eudml.org/doc/142541>.

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journal = {Inventiones mathematicae},

keywords = {Cohomological Index; Free Actions of a Compact Lie Group; Classifying Space; Hamiltonian Systems},

pages = {139-174},

title = {Generalized Cohomological Index Theories for Lie Group Actions with an Application to Bifurcation Questions for Hamiltonian Systems.},

url = {http://eudml.org/doc/142541},

volume = {45},

year = {1978},

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VL - 45

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