Algebraic topology is a branch of mathematics which uses tools from abstract algebra to study topological spaces.
A report pursuant to the amalgamation in 1995 of two separate proposals for INTAS support in the areas of Algebraic K-theory, and Categorical Methods in Algebraic Homotopy and related topics. Period covered: 1997-2000. Project Coordinator: Prof. R. Brown
An encyclopedic reference containing definitions, some discussion, and an assortment of useful links to various resources concerning Algebraic Topology and K-Theory.
Includes information on subscribing, archives of past discussions, and links to home pages of algebraic topologists and other related resources.
A complete, downloadable, introductory text on Algebraic Topology, by Prof. Allen Hatcher, Cornell Univ. 3rd Ed. 553 pp. with illustrations. Available in pdf and postscript versions.
A survey of various algorithms used to determine if a given ordered set has the fixed point property, that is, whether it has a fixed point free order-preserving self-map. Algorithms using the methods of Algebraic Topology are compared with other techniques.
Links to online texts and papers (published and unpublished) on Algebraic Topology, K-Theory, and 3-Manifolds.
An incomplete graduate textbook in Algebraic K-Theory, by Charles Weibel. Several chapters are available online.
A usable collection of pointers to Topology-related sites, including archives and conference announcements. The focus is mainly on British and European resources, with some links and references to research conducted in other parts of the globe.
Charts for modules over the odd-primary Steenrod Algebra, by Christian Nassau. In Postscript.
Streaming video links to lectures by Prof. John Morgan filmed during a 5-day series held at Columbia University in 2003. Thurston Geometrization, and Hamilton’s ‘Ricci flow’ method, leading up to the Perelman’s proposed proof, are discussed. RealOne Player is required to view the video.
A calendar of upcoming and past events (workshops, colloquia, lectures) pertaining to K-Theory and its applications.
An extensive archive of pre-publication papers (preprints) on Algebraic K-Theory.
An archive of pre-publication papers (preprints) on Algebraic Topology.
Index to more than 100 articles on Algebraic Topology.
A widely accessible statement of the Poincaré Conjecture and its implications, with various links and references for further inquiry.
Assorted articles and minutia concerning Algebraic Surgery, assembled by Andrew Ranicki.
From Toda's book: "Composition Methods in Homotopy Groups of Spheres."
Introductory essay by Joe Neisendorfer, University of Rochester.
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