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The Novikov Conjecture

Geometry and Algebra

Series: Oberwolfach Seminars, Vol. 33

Kreck, Matthias, Lück, Wolfgang

2005, XV, 266 p.

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This very readable book provides an excellent introduction to the circle of ideas related to the Novikov conjecture.

Monatshefte für Mathematik

“Overall, the book is very suitable both as an introduction and as a reference, and finds exactly the right balance between detail, comprehensiveness and length of the presentation. It is recommended to everyone with a background in algebraic topology who wants to learn about one or some of the aspects covered.”(MATHEMATICAL REVIEWS)



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