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Elliptic Cohomology: Geometry, Applications, and Higher Chromatic Analogues

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Cambridge University Press
Number of Pages: 
364
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75.00
ISBN: 
9780521700405
Date Received: 
Wednesday, March 19, 2008
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Haynes R. Miller and Douglas C. Ravenel, editors
Series: 
London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series 342
Publication Date: 
2007
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Paperback
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Proceedings

Preface; 1. Discrete torsion for the supersingular orbifold sigma genus Matthew Ando and Christopher P. French; 2. Quaternionic elliptic objects and K3-cohomology Jorge A. Devoto; 3. Algebraic groups and equivariant cohomology theories John P. C. Greenlees; 4. Delocalised equivariant elliptic cohomology Ian Grojnowski; 5. On finite resolutions of K(n)-local spheres Hans-Werner Henn; 6. Chromatic phenomena in the algebra of BP*BP-comodules Mark Hovey; 7. Numerical polynomials and endomorphisms of formal group laws Keith Johnson; 8. Thom prospectra for loopgroup representations Nitu Kitchloo and Jack Morava; 9. Rational vertex operator algebras Geoffrey Mason; 10. A possible hierarchy of Morava K-theories Norihiko Minami; 11. The M-theory 3-form and E8 gauge theory Emanuel Diaconescu, Daniel S. Freed and Gregory Moore; 12. The motivic Thom isomorphism Jack Morava; 13. Toward higher chromatic analogs of elliptic cohomology Douglas C. Ravenel; 14. What is an elliptic object? Graeme Segal; 15. Spin cobordism, contact structure and the cohomology of p-groups C. B. Thomas; 16. Brave New Algebraic Geometry and global derived moduli spaces of ring spectra Bertrand Toen and Gabriele Vezzosi; 17. The elliptic genus of a singular variety Burt Totaro.

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