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

**Contents:** M. Audin: periods Caracteristiques Lagrangiennes.- A. Baker: Combinatorial and mathematics Identities in response to Formal staff Laws.- M.C. Crabb: at the solid 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 form of the elements of map*(BS3, BS3).- W.G. Dwyer, H.R. Miller, C.W. Wilkerson: The Homotopy strong point of BS3.- W.G. Dwyer, A. Zabrodsky: Maps among Classifying Spaces.- B. Eckmann: Nilpotent crew 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 classification 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 through 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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Linear from thus, The algebra: of a u n i t a r y transform. Let End(V) neighbourhood ~ goexp(-z) ~(V) = ~V) of U(V) : U(V) × @ the and denote ~(V). in End(V) ~(V) ) GL(V) transformations. ) diffeomorphism, {g E U(V) The m i n u s sign will be = -I. The inverse in the +I: ~(x) = unconventional of the C a y l e y transform, i 1 - g is i n v e r t i b l e } no e i g e n v a ! u e The c a n be put 2(I - g , ) - l ( g _ number a given as the p r o d u c t of n o n - s i n g u l a r subset the d e r i v a t i v e .

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If f(O) = O. (¢P~) (~E(T) - I) T) - I) r ~ wn+*-i 0¢i¢n i! (n+l-i)! +z{¢p~). U ~E ~ B (E'U) n+* n where 0 ~ n ~E = {f(w) e AEIf(O ) = 0}. Of course of for U*U. Jt is a monomorphism Consider j,(~U(exp U the following which can be used to generate interesting elements calculation: T) - I) = B(exp L T) = exp R T. Hence, j,w n+l = (n+l)! U is a summand - hence b n e U2n. To a topologist calculation certain n R b n G UznU. is split by the augmentation j~ shows that is a map induced (n+l)! 6 by the orientation E AE(n,i) bundle by a MU(1) ~ EzMU, 2n-manifold in the complex boraism and this with a ring.