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The theory of transformation groups studies symmetries of various mathematical objects such as topological spaces, manifolds, polyhedra and function spaces. It is thus a central concept in many branches of mathematics. This volume contains 25 of the papers submitted at the conference on transformation groups held at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in August 1976.
Table of Contents
|Generators and relations for groups of homeomorphisms|
|Affine embeddings of real Lie groups|
|Equivariant regular neighbourhoods|
|Characteristic numbers and equivariant spin cobordism|
|Equivariant K-theory and cyclic subgroups|
|Z/p manifolds with low dimensional fixed point set|
|Gaps in the relative degree of symmetry|
|Characters do not lie|
|Actions of Z/2n on S3|
|Periodic homeomorphisms on non-compact 3 manifolds|
|Equivariant function spaces and equivariant stable homotopy theory|
|A property of a characteristic class of an orbit foliation|
|Orbit structure for Lie group actions on higher cohomology projective spaces|
|On the existence of group actions on certain manifolds|
|Summaries and Surveys|
|Proper transformation groups|
|Problems on group actions on Q manifolds|
|A non-abelian view of abelian varieties|
|Non compact Lie groups of transformation and invariant operator measures on homogenous spaces in Hilbert space|
|Approximation of simplicial G-maps by equivariantly non degenerate maps|
|Equivariant Riemann-Roch type theorems and related topics|
|Knots and diffeomorphisms|
|Some remarks on free differentiable involuetions on homotopy spheres|
|Compact transitive isometry spaces|
|A problem of Breson concerning homology manifolds|
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