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Torus equivariant algebraic models and compact realization

@inproceedings{Zoller2021TorusEA,
  title={Torus equivariant algebraic models and compact realization},
  author={Leopold Zoller},
  year={2021}
}
Let T be a compact torus. We prove that, up to equivariant rational equivalence, the category of T -simply connected, T -finite type T -spaces with finitely many isotropy types is completely described by certain finite systems of commutative differential graded algebras with consistent choices of degree 2 cohomology classes. We show that the algebraic systems corresponding to finite T -CW-complexes are exactly those which satisfy the necessary condition imposed by the Borel localization theorem… 

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