In [8] Hopkins and Gross state a theorem revealing a profound relationship between two different kinds of duality in stable homotopy theory. A proof of a related but weaker result is given in [3], and we understand that Sadofsky is preparing a proof that works in general. Here we present a proof that seems rather different and complementary to Sadofsky’s. We thank I-Chiau Huang for help with Proposition 18, and John Greenlees for helpful discussions. We first indicate the context of the Hopkins… CONTINUE READING

Pseudofunctors on modules with zero-dimensional support

I. C. Huang

Mem. Amer. Math. Soc., 114(548):xii+53 • 1995

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Cohomologie galoisienne

J.-P. Serre

Springer-Verlag, Berlin, fifth edition • 1994

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Constructions of elements in Picard groups

M. J. Hopkins, M. E. Mahowald, H. Sadofsky

E. M. Friedlander and M. E. Mahowald, editors, Topology and Representation Theory, volume 158 of Contemporary Mathematics, pages 89–126. American Mathematical Society • 1994