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The homology of BO and some results about the Steenrod algebra

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  24 October 2008

Edgar H. Brown Jr
Affiliation:
Brandeis University, Lehigh University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Donald M. Davis
Affiliation:
Brandeis University, Lehigh University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Franklin P. Peterson
Affiliation:
Brandeis University, Lehigh University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Abstract

Some explicit formulae for the right coaction of A* on H*BO are given. As corollaries, closed formulae for χ(ξk) and other elements in A* are given.

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Copyright © Cambridge Philosophical Society 1977

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