The purpose of these notes is to give a geometrical treatment of
generalized homology and cohomology theories. The central idea is
that of a 'mock bundle', which is the geometric cocycle of a
general cobordism theory, and the main new result is that any
homology theory is a generalized bordism theory. The book will
interest mathematicians working in both piecewise linear and
algebraic topology especially homology theory as it reaches the
frontiers of current research in the topic. The book is also
suitable for use as a graduate course in homology theory.
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||London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, 18
• C.P. Rourke
• B.J. Sanderson
||Electronic book text
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