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Algebraic Topology Poznań 1989: Proceedings of a Conference by C. Allday, V. Puppe (auth.), Stefan Jackowski, Bob Oliver,

By C. Allday, V. Puppe (auth.), Stefan Jackowski, Bob Oliver, Krzystof Pawałowski (eds.)

As a part of the clinical task in reference to the seventieth birthday of the Adam Mickiewicz collage in Poznan, a global convention on algebraic topology used to be held. within the ensuing complaints quantity, the emphasis is on big survey papers, a few offered on the convention, a few written subsequently.

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THEOREM A. pace X with all the rood p homology groups finite di: menslonM has the property that the depth of the algebra H . ( ~ X , lp) is not bigger than the Lusternik-Schnilvhnaml category of X . Every finite conic space composed of n cones has Lusternik-Schlfirelmann category lesser than n~ and thus theorem A applies to finite simply connected conic spaces with finite dimensional ~tod p homology groups. CS6-A t h e o r e m about conic spaces 41 THEOREM. A Thorn space of a bundle over a conic space is conic, In this last theorem the %undle' can be a fiber bundle, The Thorn space of the fiber bundle is defined [HS] as the ma,pping cone of the projection map, In the usual case of vector bundles, the associated sphere bundle has a Thorn space in the new defiifition Milch is the same as the classical Thorn complex of the original vector bundle.

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