This series is devoted to developments in the mathematical sciences which have links to
K-theory. Like the journal
K-THEORY, it is open to all mathematical disciplines.
K-Monographs in Mathematics provides material for advanced undergraduate and graduate programmes, seminars and workshops, as well as for research activities and libraries.
The series' wide scope includes such topics as quantum theory, Kac-Moody theory, operator algebras, noncommutative algebraic and differential geometry, cyclic and related (co)homology theories, algebraic homotopy theory and homotopical algebra, controlled topology, Novikov theory, transformation groups, surgery theory, Hermitian and quadratic forms, arithmetic algebraic geometry, and higher number theory.
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