Moore space (algebraic topology)
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, in the sense that it has only one nonzero homology (rather than homotopy) group.
- 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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