H Ring Spectra and Their Applications

@inproceedings{Bruner1986HRS,
  title={H Ring Spectra and Their Applications},
  author={Robert R. Bruner and Jon P. May and James E. McClure and Markus Steinberger},
  year={1986}
}
Extended powers and H? ring spectra.- Miscellaneous applications in stable homotopy theory.- Homology operations for H? and Hn ring spectra.- The homotopy theory of H? ring spectra.- The homotopy groups of H? ring spectra.- The adams spectral sequence of H? ring spectra.- H? ring spectra via space-level homotopy theory.- Power operations in H ? d ring theories.- The mod p k-theory of QX. 

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