**Equivariant Stable Homotopy Theory**

by G. Jr. Lewis, J. P. May, M. Steinberger, J. E. McClure

**Publisher**: Springer 1986**ISBN/ASIN**: 3540168206**ISBN-13**: 9783540168201**Number of pages**: 538

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Our primary purpose in this volume is to establish the foundations of equivariant stable homotopy theory. To this end, we shall construct a stable homotopy category of G-spectra enjoying all of the good properties one might reasonably expect, where G is a compact Lie group. We shall use this category to study equivariant duality, equivariant transfer, the Burnside ring, and related topics in equivariant homology and cohomology theory.

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