Rings, Modules, and Algebras in Stable Homotopy Theory

  title={Rings, Modules, and Algebras in Stable Homotopy Theory},
  author={Anthony Elmendorf and Michael Cole},
Introduction Prologue: the category of ${\mathbb L}$-spectra Structured ring and module spectra The homotopy theory of $R$-modules The algebraic theory of $R$-modules $R$-ring spectra and the specialization to $MU$ Algebraic $K$-theory of $S$-algebras $R$-algebras and topological model categories Bousfield localizations of $R$-modules and algebras Topological Hochschild homology and cohomology Some basic constructions on spectra Spaces of linear isometries and technical theorems The monadic bar… 
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