Jeffrey L. Caruso

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This note attempts to make clear the relation between configurations of points in a space Y and those in its Cartesian product with the reals. It turns out to be a very simple relation whose proof uses nothing new. Let Y be an unbased space. Denote by Y j the j-fold Cartesian product of Y with itself. For present purposes we consider the circle S 1 to be(More)
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