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K-Theory: Lecture notes by Michael Atiyah

By Michael Atiyah

Those notes are in accordance with the process lectures I gave at Harvard within the fall of 1964. They represent a self-contained account of vector bundles and K-theory assuming basically the rudiments of point-set topology and linear algebra. one of many positive factors of the remedy is that no need is made from usual homology or cohomology thought. in truth, rational cohomology is outlined by way of K-theory.

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