The Twenty-Seven Lines Upon the Cubic Surface by Archibald Henderson

By Archibald Henderson

Initially released in 1911 as quantity 13 within the Cambridge Tracts in arithmetic and Mathematical Physics sequence, this booklet offers a normal survey of the matter of the 27 traces upon the cubic floor. Illustrative figures and a bibliography also are incorporated. This ebook should be of worth to somebody with an curiosity in cubic surfaces and the heritage of arithmetic.

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K (B) Now take k * = K * (ordinary K-theory), is an isomorphism ([i] theorem I), Then K* (B) + K* (h o) B = K(W,2) with w finite. so K ( b ) . is free over K (B). But K (GB) = < is not an O K (K(W,I)) = R(~) ^ (completed representation ring, see [2] ), and isomorphism unless ~ is trivial. I have set out this example in some detail, classicus of what may go wrong in this theory, partly because it is a locus partly to develop some ideas of how abstract theory I have defined feeds back into the real-life world of loop spaces, K-theory and so on.

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