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Multicategories Model All Connective Spectra

  title={Multicategories Model All Connective Spectra},
  author={Niles Johnson and Donald Yau},
There is a free construction from multicategories to permutative categories, left adjoint to the endomorphism multicategory construction. The main result shows that these functors induce an equivalence of homotopy theories. This result extends a similar result of Thomason, that permutative categories model all connective spectra. 
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