By Michèle Audin (auth.), J. Aguadé, R. Kane (eds.)

Contents: M. Audin: periods Caracteristiques Lagrangiennes.- A. Baker: Combinatorial and mathematics Identities in accordance with Formal staff Laws.- M.C. Crabb: at the good Splitting of U(n) and ÛU(n).- E. Dror Farjoun, A. Zabrodsky: The Homotopy Spectral series for Equivariant functionality Complexes.- W.G. Dwyer, G. Mislin: at the Homotopy kind of the parts of map*(BS3, BS3).- W.G. Dwyer, H.R. Miller, C.W. Wilkerson: The Homotopy forte of BS3.- W.G. Dwyer, A. Zabrodsky: Maps among Classifying Spaces.- B. Eckmann: Nilpotent team motion and Euler Characteristic.- N.D. Gilbert: at the basic Catn-Group of an n-Cube of Spaces.- H.H. Glover: Coloring Maps on Surfaces.- P. Goerss, L. Smith, S. Zarati: Sur les A-Algèbres Instables.- K.A. Hardie, K.H. Kamps: The Homotopy class of Homotopy Factorizations.- L.J. Hernández: right Cohomologies and the correct type Problem.- A. Kono, okay. Ishitoya: Squaring Operations in Mod 2 Cohomology of Quotients of Compact Lie teams via Maximal Tori.- J. Lannes; L. Schwartz: at the constitution of the U-Injectives.- S.A. Mitchell: The Bott Filtration of a Loop Group.- Z. Wojtkowiak: On Maps from Holim F to Z.- R.M.W. wooden: Splitting (CP x...xCP ) and the motion of Steenrod Squares Sqi at the Polynomial Ring F2 Äx1,...,xnÜ.

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E ~ V be a k - d i m e n s i o n a l Writing subspace, ~E for the o r t h o @ o n a l I E S 1 a complex projection onto E, define PE (1) = l~E Observe pL(1) that as a sort + ( I - ~E ) 6 U(V). det pE(1) of c o m p l e x = I k. If L ~ V is a line, reflection. We w r i t e Rk(v) we can t h i n k for the of set of 38 elements Thus, of U(V) noting which that {I] = R0(V) (because "±" c can be w r i t t e n PL(1) ... c Rk(v) any u n i t a r y m a t r i x for o r t h o g o n a l Rk(v) as follows. 5. as p r o d u c t s of k s u c h r e f l e c t i o n s .

7) below, one replaces _c I(V) z-IE, w h i c h u s i n g the f a c t o r i z a t i o n that d i m ~(g) = k in general. 3) and the (This is c l e a r if space completion. and its i n d e x context is a ¢ [ z ] - s u b m o d u l e : ~(pE ) w i t h T h e n g, b e c o m e s under deformation. that the c o n s t r u c t i o n arose. a It was But we a r g u e from first p r i n c i p l e s . 7. Let g 6 Sk(V), T h e n w e h a v e an e x a c t h 6 Sz(V). sequence h,l 0 ~ ~ (h) ~ > ~ (gQh) O n l y the s u r j e c t i v i t y gm 6 H+(V), Since m a p Sk(V) t i o n of Sk(V) S k(v) has d i m e n s i o n and k )0.

U(V;W) c Elements w i l l be h 6 Hom(V,W) such that g*g + h*h g e n e r a l i z e as follows. ) Hom(V,V@W) : ((g,h),z) ~ > gives a d i f f e o m o r p h i s m onto the open set of injective linear , maps. 13. ~(V) @ Hom(V,W) There i s a d i f f e o m o r p h i s m 9 from the vector space to the open subset of t h e Stiefel manifold, D = (1 + y'y/4) I/2 , g = (C + I)-i ( C - I ) { (g,h) 9iven by 9(x,y) 6 U(V;W) = (g,h), where: C = DxD/2 + y'y/4 , h = y(1 - g)/2 x = 2D -I (I - g,)-i (g_ g,) (I - g)-iD-I I I - g is invertible} , , 42 (Here D is the I + y'y/4; D = I.

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