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On the Thom Isomorphism Theorem

  • W. H. Cockcroft (a1)

In what follows (E, p, B) will always denote a fibering in the sense of Serre, † with arc-wise connected base B, projection p:EB, and fibre F = p−1(b), b ɛ B. Coefficients will always be taken in a commutative ring A with a unit element, and the cohomology will be singular (cubical), as in (3).

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(2) J. C Moore Application of homology to homotopy. Ann. of Math. 58 (1953), 325350.

(3) J. P Serre Homologie singuliére des espaces fibrés. Applications. Ann. of Math. 54 (1951), 425504.

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Mathematical Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society
  • ISSN: 0305-0041
  • EISSN: 1469-8064
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