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We explore the constraints imposed by Poincaré duality on the resonance varieties of a graded algebra. For a three-dimensional Poincaré duality algebra A, we obtain a fairly precise geometric description of the resonance varieties
We formulate a theory of pointed manifolds, accommodating both embeddings and Pontryagin–Thom collapse maps, so as to present a common generalization of Poincaré duality in topology and Koszul duality in
We establish class field theory for three-dimensional manifolds and knots. For this purpose, we formulate analogues of the multiplicative group, the idèle class group, and ray class groups in a cocycle-theoretic way. Following the arguments in abstract class field theory, we construct reciprocity maps and verify the existence theorems.
This paper investigates the space of codimension zero embeddings of a Poincaré duality space in a disk. One of our main results exhibits a tower that interpolates from the space of Poincaré immersions to a certain space of “unlinked” Poincaré embeddings. The layers of this tower are described in terms of the coefficient spectra of the identity appearing in Goodwillie’s homotopy functor calculus. We also answer a question posed to us by Sylvain Cappell. The appendix proposes a conjectural relationship between our tower and the manifold calculus tower for the smooth embedding space.
We give algebraic proofs of some results of Wang on homomorphisms of nonzero degree between aspherical closed orientable 3-manifolds. Our arguments apply to PDn-groups which are virtually poly-Z or have a Kropholler decomposition into parts of generalized Seifert type, for all n.
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