Notes on String Topology
by Ralph L. Cohen, Alexander A. Voronov
Publisher: arXiv 2005
Number of pages: 95
This paper is an exposition of the new subject of String Topology. We present an introduction to this exciting new area, as well as a survey of some of the latest developments, and our views about future directions of research.
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