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By David J. Anick (auth.), Yves Felix (eds.)

This complaints quantity facilities on new advancements in rational homotopy and on their impact on algebra and algebraic topology. many of the papers are unique learn papers facing rational homotopy and tame homotopy, cyclic homology, Moore conjectures at the exponents of the homotopy teams of a finite CW-c-complex and homology of loop areas. Of specific curiosity for experts are papers on building of the minimum version in tame concept and computation of the Lusternik-Schnirelmann classification via ability articles on Moore conjectures, on tame homotopy and at the houses of Poincaré sequence of loop spaces.

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Theorem. A Hausdorff group G has a completion if and only if every left Cauchy filter is a bilateral Cauchy filter. Proof. 9 the condition is sufficient, and by 4 . 5 it is necessary.. We shall normally denote the bilateral completion of a Hausdorff group G by G". 6, so we customarily identify HA with R . 15. 16 GA may be identified with lim,,(G/II). The following theorem applies, in particular, to the case where G1 = G". 12. Theorem. If G is a dense subgroup of a IIausdorff group G1, the closures in G1 of a fundamental system of neighborhoods of e in G form a fundamental system of neighborhoods o f e in G1.

Let G and G' be topological groups. (a) If E 2 G and if f: E->GI is both left and right uniformly continuous, then f is bilaterally uniformly continuous. (b) If a E G , the functions La: x->ax and Ra: x->xa are left, right, and bilaterally uniformly continuous from G to G. (c) The function j: x->x-l is bilaterally uniformly continuous from G to G. 2. Let f be the function from the additive topological group Q to the additive topological group R defined by f(x) = x2 Then f is continuous, the image under f of every Cauchy filter base on Q is a Cauchy filter base on R, and f = R, but f is not uniformly has a continuous extension t o continuous.

A A c ? m h & t L c on a set E is a function d from E X E to R such that for all x, y, z E E , d(x,x) = 0 , d(x,y) 2 0 , d(x,y) = d(y,x), and d(x,z) d(x,y) +d(y,z). Thus a semimetric d is a metric if and only if d(x,y) = 0 implies that x = y. If d is a semimetric on E , the inequality Id(x,y) -d(y,z) I I d(x,z) for all x, y , Z E E may be established just as for metrics. A semimetric d on E defines a topology just as a metric does. A fundamental system of neighborhoods of a E E is formed by all the balls B(a,r) of radius r > O about a, where B(a,r) = { X E E: d(a,x) C r].

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