By Christian Ausoni, Kathryn Hess, Jerome Scherer

This quantity comprises the complaints of the 3rd Arolla convention on Algebraic Topology, which happened in Arolla, Switzerland, on August 18-24, 2008. This quantity comprises examine papers on reliable homotopy concept, the speculation of operads, localization and algebraic K-theory, in addition to survey papers at the Witten genus, on localization recommendations and on string topology - delivering a huge standpoint of contemporary algebraic topology

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However, when discussing reductions modulo a maximal ideal, it is sometimes more useful to regard the natural periodicity as having degree 2(pn − 1) with associated Z/2(pn − 1)-grading; more precisely, we will follow the ideas of [4] and consider gradings by Z/2(pn − 1) together with the non-trivial bilinear pairing ν : Z/2(pn − 1) × Z/2(pn − 1) −→ {1, −1}; ν(¯i, ¯j) = (−1)ij , where ¯i denotes the residue class i (mod 2(pn − 1)). 16 ANDREW BAKER We will denote by K = E∧E(n) K(n) the version of Morava K-theory associated to E, it is known that E is K-local in the category of E-modules and we can consider the localisation LK (E ∧ E) for which E∗∨ E = π∗ (LK (E ∧ E)).

Of course, if Gal(F/Fp ) is ﬁnite this interpretation is still valid but then all maps Gal(F/Fp ) −→ F are continuous. In each case, we obtain an isomorphism of Hopf algebroids ∼ Map(Gal(F/Fp ) F×n , F). 3) F[θk : k n 1]/(θkp − θk : k 1) ∼ = Mapc (S0n , F). 6, so this Hopf algebra over F is unipotent. Tensoring up with K• we have the following graded version. 4. The Hopf algebra (K• , K• ⊗F⊗Fp F(u,θ0 ) K• E) is unipotent. 5. 3) can be extended to all degrees of K• ⊗F⊗Fp F(u,θ0 ) K• E. To make this explicit, we consider Mapc (Sn , Fur ) with the nr action of Gal(F/Fp ) F× pn induced from the action on Sn used in deﬁning Gn and r the F-semilinear action of Gal(F/Fp ) F× pn on Fu obtained by inducing up the r-th power of the natural 1-dimensional representation of F× pn .

2), endpoint-preserving functors φ : [n+1] → [m+1] are represented by constant integer-strings of length m+1, subdivided into n + 1 substrings. Such an integer-string determines, and is determined by, a map of ordinals ψ : [m] → [n]. More precisely, φ and ψ determine each other by the formulas: ψ(i)+1 = min{j | φ(j) > i} and φ(j)−1 = max{i | ψ(i) < j}. This duality is often referred to as Joyal-duality [29]. 5. The underlying category of the lattice path operad is ∆. Proof. Lu (m, n) = Cat∗,∗ ([n + 1], [m + 1]) = Cat([m], [n]) = ∆([m], [n]).