Moore space (algebraic topology)
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- See also Moore space for other meanings in mathematics.
In algebraic topology, a branch of mathematics, Moore space is the name given to a particular type of topological space that is the homology analogue of the Eilenberg–Maclane spaces of homotopy theory.
- is a Moore space of for .
- is a Moore space of (n=1).
- Hatcher, Allen. Algebraic topology, Cambridge University Press (2002), ISBN 0-521-79540-0. For further discussion of Moore spaces, see Chapter 2, Example 2.40. A free electronic version of this book is available on the author's homepage.
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