Prerequisites in Algebraic Topology
by Bjorn Ian Dundas
Publisher: NTNU 2005
Number of pages: 55
This is not an introductory textbook in algebraic topology, these notes attempt to give a quick overview of the parts of algebraic topology, and in particular homotopy theory, which are needed in order to appreciate that side of motivic homotopy theory.
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