By Robert E. Stong
These notes comprise the 1st entire remedy of cobordism, a subject matter that has turn into more and more very important some time past ten years. the topic is totally built and the newest theories are treated.
Originally released in 1968.
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Notes on cobordism theory, by Robert E. Stong