By Oscar Zariski

ISBN-10: 354004602X

ISBN-13: 9783540046028

Zariski presents a superb advent to this subject in algebra, including his personal insights.

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4. Let Y be a I-connected N-dimensional CW-complex whose rational cohomology is an exterior algebra on generators of odd dimension 't (y) has finite rank if and only if all the n. , i = 1, ••• ,k. Then ~ ~ distinct. In this case, k p( ~ (Y» = L (8 i=l ni 8n. -th Betti number or Y. where ~ ~ Proof. 1T n ~ 1 iCY) (Y ) -1 ) Clearly all the n. are distinct if and only if the rank of ~ = 1T (y). Thus if n. = n. for i i: J, then n n ~ J contains a free subgroup on at least two generators by the preceding for all n ~ N, where 1T Proposition.

The classical and exceptional Lie groups for which this is the case are enumerated in Theorem 5 of [Arkowitz-Curjel, 1963I~. 5 does for topological groups what results of James did for spheres [195'U, [1959~. James considers commutative and homotopy.. n n n commutat~ve products S ~ S ~ S whose type ~s def~ned by means of the suspension structure of Sn. He establishes the existence of integers to which our N and Nh are the analogues. It is amusing to note that c c James' and our work meet ~n S3 and Sl, the only spheres which are topological groups.

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