Richard Swan

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Richard Gordon Swan is an American mathematician who is known for Swan's theorem and the Swan representation. His work has mainly been in the area of algebraic K-theory.


  • Theory of sheaves. 1964. 
  • Algebraic K-Theory. Lecture Notes in Math 76. Berlin: Springer-Verlag. 1968. 
  • K-theory of finite groups and orders. Notes by E. Graham Evans. 1970. 

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