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The papers during this assortment, all totally refereed, unique papers, replicate many points of modern major advances in homotopy conception and team cohomology. From the Contents: A. Adem: at the geometry and cohomology of finite basic groups.- D.J. Benson: Resolutions and Poincar duality for finite groups.- C. Broto and S. Zarati: On sub-A*-algebras of H*V.- M.J. Hopkins, N.J. Kuhn, D.C. Ravenel: Morava K-theories of classifying areas and generalized characters for finite groups.- okay. Ishiguro: Classifying areas of compact uncomplicated lie teams and p-tori.- A.T. Lundell: Concise tables of James numbers and a few homotopyof classical Lie teams and linked homogeneous spaces.- J.R. Martino: Anexample of a solid splitting: the classifying area of the 4-dim unipotent group.- J.E. McClure, L. Smith: at the homotopy area of expertise of BU(2) on the top 2.- G. Mislin: Cohomologically valuable parts and fusion in groups.

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22 D e f i n i t i o n . An object K of K is called m-nilpotent (resp. m-reduced, 22ilr,closed) if the underlying unstable A~-module is m-nilpotent (resp. m-reduced, Nil,n- closed) Assume that M and N are objects of/if, #r: M --~ 22~-1(M) the 22ilr-localization of M and/~8: N -* 22~-1(N) the 22ils-localization of N. Then the diagram M ®N #r®l ~ 22~-a(M) ® N 11®.. -isomorphism vertical arrows and Hil~-isomorphism horizontal arrows. Af~-~(M)®2q'~-:(N) is A/'ilm~,(~,~)-isomorphism. (~e)-isomorphisms.

For m > 1 we denote by p~m the biggest power of p i n m: m = p~"~ + l , 0 < l _< pC'' - 1. 21, for p > 2. P r o p o s i t i o n . A~-module. 1 \ ] Then contoined in M. 1 we need the following lemma. 20). 2 L e m m a . Let M E H then, for any k >_ O, the natural map ~ k ( ~ k M a monomorphism. --* M i~ Proof: The map O k O ~ k M -~ M is the composition ~ k O ~ k M ~ O k ~ k M ~ M where the first map is induced by the inclusion ( ~ k M ~ (~kM and the second is the natural map. It suffices to prove the lemma for k = 1 (k = 0 is trivial).

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