Gross-hopkins Duality

@inproceedings{Strickland2004GrosshopkinsD,
  title={Gross-hopkins Duality},
  author={Neil P. Strickland},
  year={2004}
}
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
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