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Guillemin, Shlomo Sternberg. Guillemin, V. Published New York : Springer, c Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 2 of 2. Author Guillemin, V. Physical Description xxiii, p.

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Subjects Homology theory. Contents 1. Equivariant Cohomology in Topology 2. The Weil Algebra 4. The Weil Model and the Cartan Model 5. Cartan's Formula 6. Spectral Sequences 7.

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MR i France, vols. MR 85i Halperin and J. This is the second volume of the Springer collection Mathematics Past and Present. The composition of the second volume is somewhat different: the two papers of Cartan which are reproduced here have a total length of less than thirty pages, and the page introduction which precedes them is intended not only as a commentary on these papers but as a textbook of its own, on a fascinating area of mathematics in which a lot of exciting innovation have occurred in the last few years.

Thus, in this second volume the roles of the reprinted text and its commentary are reversed. The seminal ideas outlined in Cartan's two papers are taken as the point of departure for a full modern treatment of equivariant de Rham theory which does not yet exist in the literature.

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