# New PDF release: Algebraic Geometry and Topology

By Fox R.H. (ed.), Spencer D.C. (ed.), Tucker A.W. (ed.)

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In modern language, K* is a deformation retract ofK. Therefore the inclusion map K*<^K induces K isomorphisms K Hn ~ (K) w H n -<*(K*). q gives the final result Of course, the Combining the two isomorphisms ^ (KJL] ^ Hn_Q(R) original result was not stated in this form since the language of cohomology had not been developed. In the original form the statement reads: the q ih Betti number of equals the th Betti number of (n K, and the g-dimensional torsion numbers g) KmodL of K modi coincide with the (n q 1) -dimensional torsion numbers of K.

If the techniques used in proving the fixed-point formula for manifolds could be extended to relative manifolds, then the Brouwer theorem might be The techniques included. and in question were products, intersections duality. was impelled by these considerations into in two fundamental contributions: the introduction of the concept of relative homology groups, and the discovery of the relative form of the Poincare duality theorem It is likely that Lefschetz an investigation which resulted [34,36,44].

On of on the two factors as follows. ,^R g ) for the homology group Hq (M) with rational coefficients. ,Rq = R n _ q ) such that the intersection number q 1 or according as i j or not. (/) x\ yv- M M is . -" x xf. 2) using intersection relations in M. Since z*j'f*y"~q is the Q ofyf~ in the representation of/^ yf the trace formula follows immediately. coefficient 4. ~9 in terms of the y-base, Coincidences The basic idea in the preceding construction was the observation that the fixed points of a map correspond to the intersections of the graph with the diagonal.