26. CMB 2006 (vol 49 pp. 41)
27. CMB 2005 (vol 48 pp. 614)
 Tuncali, H. Murat; Valov, Vesko

On FinitetoOne Maps
Let $f\colon X\to Y$ be a $\sigma$perfect $k$dimensional surjective
map of metrizable spaces such that $\dim Y\leq m$. It is shown that
for every positive integer $p$ with $ p\leq m+k+1$ there exists a
dense $G_{\delta}$subset ${\mathcal H}(k,m,p)$ of $C(X,\uin^{k+p})$
with the source limitation topology such that each fiber of
$f\triangle g$, $g\in{\mathcal H}(k,m,p)$, contains at most
$\max\{k+mp+2,1\}$ points. This result
provides a proof the following conjectures of
S. Bogatyi, V. Fedorchuk and J. van Mill.
Let $f\colon X\to Y$ be a $k$dimensional map between compact
metric spaces with $\dim Y\leq m$. Then:
\begin{inparaenum}[\rm(1)]
\item there exists a map
$h\colon X\to\uin^{m+2k}$ such that $f\triangle h\colon X\to
Y\times\uin^{m+2k}$ is 2toone provided $k\geq 1$;
\item there exists a
map $h\colon X\to\uin^{m+k+1}$ such that $f\triangle h\colon X\to
Y\times\uin^{m+k+1}$ is $(k+1)$toone.
\end{inparaenum}
Keywords:finitetoone maps, dimension, setvalued maps Categories:54F45, 55M10, 54C65 

28. CMB 2004 (vol 47 pp. 321)
 Bullejos, M.; Cegarra, A. M.

Classifying Spaces for Monoidal Categories Through Geometric Nerves
The usual constructions of classifying spaces for monoidal categories
produce CWcomplexes with
many cells that, moreover, do not have any proper geometric meaning.
However, geometric nerves of
monoidal categories are very handy simplicial sets whose simplices
have
a pleasing geometric
description: they are diagrams with the shape of the 2skeleton of
oriented standard simplices. The
purpose of this paper is to prove that geometric realizations of
geometric nerves are classifying
spaces for monoidal categories.
Keywords:monoidal category, pseudosimplicial category,, simplicial set, classifying space, homotopy type Categories:18D10, 18G30, 55P15, 55P35, 55U40 

29. CMB 2004 (vol 47 pp. 246)
 Makai, Endre; Martini, Horst

On Maximal $k$Sections and Related Common Transversals of Convex Bodies
Generalizing results from [MM1] referring
to the intersection body $IK$ and
the crosssection body $CK$ of a convex body
$K \subset \sR^d, \, d \ge 2$,
we prove theorems about maximal $k$sections of convex bodies,
$k \in \{1, \dots, d1\}$,
and, simultaneously, statements
about common maximal
$(d1)$ and $1$transversals of families
of convex bodies.
Categories:52A20, 55Mxx 

30. CMB 2004 (vol 47 pp. 119)
 Theriault, Stephen D.

$2$Primary Exponent Bounds for Lie Groups of Low Rank
Exponent information is proven about the Lie groups $SU(3)$,
$SU(4)$, $Sp(2)$, and $G_2$ by showing some power of the $H$space
squaring map (on a suitably looped connectedcover) is null homotopic.
The upper bounds obtained are $8$, $32$, $64$, and $2^8$ respectively.
This null homotopy is best possible for $SU(3)$ given the number of
loops, off by at most one power of~$2$ for $SU(4)$ and $Sp(2)$, and
off by at most two powers of $2$ for $G_2$.
Keywords:Lie group, exponent Category:55Q52 

31. CMB 2001 (vol 44 pp. 459)
 Kahl, Thomas

LScatÃ©gorie algÃ©brique et attachement de cellules
Nous montrons que la Acat\'egorie d'un espace simplement connexe de
type fini est inf\'erieure ou \'egale \`a $n$ si et seulement si son
mod\`ele d'AdamsHilton est un r\'etracte homotopique d'une alg\`ebre
diff\'erentielle \`a $n$ \'etages. Nous en d\'eduisons que
l'invariant $\Acat$ augmente au plus de 1 lors de l'attachement
d'une cellule \`a un espace.
We show that the Acategory of a simply connected space of finite type
is less than or equal to $n$ if and only if its AdamsHilton model is
a homotopy retract of an $n$stage differential algebra. We deduce
from this that the invariant $\Acat$ increases by at most 1 when a
cell is attached to a space.
Keywords:LScategory, strong category, AdamsHilton models, cell attachments Categories:55M30, 18G55 

32. CMB 2001 (vol 44 pp. 266)
 Cencelj, M.; Dranishnikov, A. N.

Extension of Maps to Nilpotent Spaces
We show that every compactum has cohomological dimension $1$ with respect
to a finitely generated nilpotent group $G$ whenever it has cohomological
dimension $1$ with respect to the abelianization of $G$. This is applied
to the extension theory to obtain a cohomological dimension theory condition
for a finitedimensional compactum $X$ for extendability of every map from
a closed subset of $X$ into a nilpotent $\CW$complex $M$ with finitely
generated homotopy groups over all of $X$.
Keywords:cohomological dimension, extension of maps, nilpotent group, nilpotent space Categories:55M10, 55S36, 54C20, 54F45 

33. CMB 2001 (vol 44 pp. 80)
34. CMB 2000 (vol 43 pp. 343)
35. CMB 2000 (vol 43 pp. 226)
36. CMB 2000 (vol 43 pp. 37)
37. CMB 1999 (vol 42 pp. 248)
 Weber, Christian

The Classification of $\Pin_4$Bundles over a $4$Complex
In this paper we show that the Liegroup $\Pin_4$ is isomorphic to
the semidirect product $(\SU_2\times \SU_2)\timesv \Z/2$ where
$\Z/2$ operates by flipping the factors. Using this structure
theorem we prove a classification theorem for $\Pin_4$bundles over
a finite $4$complex $X$.
Categories:55N25, 55R10, 57S15 

38. CMB 1999 (vol 42 pp. 129)
 Baker, Andrew

Hecke Operations and the Adams $E_2$Term Based on Elliptic Cohomology
Hecke operators are used to investigate part of the $\E_2$term of
the Adams spectral sequence based on elliptic homology. The main
result is a derivation of $\Ext^1$ which combines use of classical
Hecke operators and $p$adic Hecke operators due to Serre.
Keywords:Adams spectral sequence, elliptic cohomology, Hecke operators Categories:55N20, 55N22, 55T15, 11F11, 11F25 

39. CMB 1999 (vol 42 pp. 52)
 Edmonds, Allan L.

Embedding Coverings in Bundles
If $V\to X$ is a vector bundle of fiber dimension $k$ and $Y\to X$
is a finite sheeted covering map of degree $d$, the implications
for the Euler class $e(V)$ in $H^k(X)$ of $V$ implied by the
existence of an embedding $Y\to V$ lifting the covering map are
explored. In particular it is proved that $dd'e(V)=0$ where $d'$
is a certain divisor of $d1$, and often $d'=1$.
Categories:57M10, 55R25, 55S40, 57N35 

40. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 28)
41. CMB 1998 (vol 41 pp. 20)