Algebraic K-theory : papers presented at the conference held at Northwestern University, Evanston, January 12-16, 1976 / Michael R. Stein.

Author
Stein, Michael R., 1943- [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Εdition
1st ed. 1976.
Published/​Created
  • Berlin ; Heidelberg : Springer Verlag, [1976]
  • ©1976
Description
1 online resource (XIV, 414 p.)

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Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
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English
Contents
  • An example in the theory of algebraic cycles spencer bloch
  • SK1 of commutative normed algebras
  • The K-theory of some reducible affine curves: A combinatorial approach
  • SKn of orders and Gn of finite rings
  • K2 of a global field consists of symbols
  • Generators and relations for K2 of a division ring
  • Injective stability for K2
  • Les matrices monomiales et le groupe de whitehead ?h2
  • Finitely presented groups of matrices
  • Homology sphere bordism and quillen plus construction
  • Letter from Quillen to Milnor on
  • Characteristic classes of representations
  • Higher algebraic K-theory: II
  • Continuous cohomology and p-adic K-theory
  • Cohomology of groups
  • On the homology and cohomology of the orthogonal and symplectic groups over a finite field of odd characteristic
  • Homology of classical groups over a finite field
  • Group cohomology classes with differential form coefficients
  • Stability for H2 (Sun)
  • Homological stability for classical groups over finite fields
  • Hermitian K-theory in topology: A survey of some recent results
  • Higher witt groups: A survey
  • The exact sequence of a localization for witt groups
  • Orthogonal representations on positive definite lattices
  • The computation of surgery groups of finite groups with abelian 2-hyperelementary subgroups.
ISBN
3-540-37964-9
OCLC
  • 1076265492
  • 1292356104
Doi
  • 10.1007/BFb0079990
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