Change of universe functors in equivariant stable homotopy theory

  • L. Gaunce
  • Published 2007


One striking difference between nonequivariant and equivariant stable homotopy is that, in the equivariant context, one must specify those representations with respect to which spectra are to be stable. One may specify stability with respect only to trivial representations (thereby obtaining what is often called the naive equivariant stable category), with… (More)


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