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GALOIS EXTENSIONS OF STRUCTURED RING SPECTRA
We introduce the notion of a Galois extension of commutative S-algebras (E1 ring spectra), often localized with respect to a flxed homology theory. There are numerous examples, including some
Galois Extensions of Structured Ring Spectra/Stably Dualizable Groups
Galois Extensions of Structured Ring Spectra: Abstract Introduction Galois extensions in algebra Closed categories of structured module spectra Galois extensions in topology Examples of Galois
A systematic review of triage-related interventions to improve patient flow in emergency departments
TLDR
There is only limited scientific evidence that streaming of patients into different tracks, performing laboratory analysis in the emergency department or having nurses to request certain x-rays results in shorter waiting time and length of stay.
TWO-PRIMARY ALGEBRAIC K-THEORY OF RINGS OF INTEGERS IN NUMBER FIELDS
We relate the algebraic K-theory of a totally real number field F to its étale cohomology. We also relate it to the zeta-function of F when F is Abelian. This establishes the two-primary part of the
Algebraic K-theory of topological K-theory
We are interested in the arithmetic of ring spectra. To make sense of this we must work with structured ring spectra, such as S-algebras [EKMM], symmetric ring spectra [HSS] or Γ-rings [Ly]. We will
Hopf algebra structure on topological Hochschild homology
The topological Hochschild homology THH(R) of a commu- tative S-algebra (E1 ring spectrum) R naturally has the structure of a commutative R-algebra in the strict sense, and of a Hopf algebra over R
Topological logarithmic structures
A logarithmic structure on a commutative ring A is a commutative monoid M with a homomorphism to the underlying multiplicative monoid of A. This determines a localization AŒM  of A. In
Topology, Geometry and Quantum Field Theory: Two-vector bundles and forms of elliptic cohomology
In this paper we define 2-vector bundles as suitable bundles of 2-vector spaces over a base space, and compare the resulting 2-K-theory with the algebraic K-theory spectrum K(V) of the 2-category of
Topological cyclic homology of the integers at two
The topological Hochschild homology of the integers T(Z) = THH(Z) is an S1-equivariant spectrum. We prove by computation that for the restricted C2-action on T(Z) the fixed points and homotopy fixed
Stable bundles over rig categories
The point of this paper is to prove the conjecture that virtual 2-vector bundles are classified by K(ku), the algebraic K-theory of topological K-theory. Hence, by the work of Ausoni and the fourth
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