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A classification of cohomology transfers for ramified covering maps

Marcelo A. Aguilar, Carlos Prieto (2006)

Fundamenta Mathematicae

We construct a cohomology transfer for n-fold ramified covering maps. Then we define a very general concept of transfer for ramified covering maps and prove a classification theorem for such transfers. This generalizes Roush's classification of transfers for n-fold ordinary covering maps. We characterize those representable cofunctors which admit a family of transfers for ramified covering maps that have two naturality properties, as well as normalization and stability. This is analogous to Roush's...

A note on generalized equivariant homotopy groups

Marek Golasiński, Daciberg L. Gonçalves, Peter N. Wong (2009)

Banach Center Publications

In this paper, we generalize the equivariant homotopy groups or equivalently the Rhodes groups. We establish a short exact sequence relating the generalized Rhodes groups and the generalized Fox homotopy groups and we introduce Γ-Rhodes groups, where Γ admits a certain co-grouplike structure. Evaluation subgroups of Γ-Rhodes groups are discussed.

Adjunction of n-equivalences and triad connectivity.

Peter J. Witbooi (1995)

Publicacions Matemàtiques

We prove a new adjunction theorem for n-equivalences. This theorem enables us to produce a simple geometric version of proof of the triad connectivity theorem of Blakers and Massey. An important intermediate step is a study of the collapsing map S∨X → S, S being a sphere.

Category with a natural cone

Francisco Díaz, Sergio Rodríguez-Machín (2006)

Open Mathematics

Generally, in homotopy theory a cylinder object (or, its dual, a path object) is used to define homotopy between morphisms, and a cone object is used to build exact sequences of homotopy groups. Here, an axiomatic theory based on a cone functor is given. Suspension objects are associated to based objects and cofibrations, obtaining homotopy groups referred to an object and relative to a cofibration, respectively. Exact sequences of these groups are built. Algebraic and particular examples are given....

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