Groups Of Self-Equivalences And Related Topics by Piccinini R. A. (Ed)

By Piccinini R. A. (Ed)

Because the topic of teams of Self-Equivalences was once first mentioned in 1958 in a paper of Barcuss and Barratt, a great deal of growth has been completed. this can be reviewed during this quantity, first by means of a protracted survey article and a presentation of 17 open difficulties including a bibliography of the topic, and through an extra 14 unique examine articles.

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