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Seminar on Triples and Categorical Homology Theory

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Seminar on Triples and Categorical Homology Theory
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Publisher: Springer
ISBN/ASIN: 3540046011
ISBN-13: 9783540046011
Number of pages: 304

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This volume concentrates on two closely related topics of special interest: namely a) on the concept of "triple" or standard construction with special reference to the associated "algebras", and b) on homology theories in general categories, based upon triples and simplicial methods.

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