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Refined and l-adic Euler characteristics of nearly perfect complexes

By David Burns, Bernhard Koeck and Victor Snaith


We lift the Euler characteristic of a nearly perfect complex to a relative algebraic K-group by passing to its l-adic Euler characteristics

Topics: QA
Year: 2004
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