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Triple Points of Immersed Orientable 2n-Manifolds in 3n-Space

Triple Points of Immersed Orientable 2n-Manifolds in 3n-Space
Triple Points of Immersed Orientable 2n-Manifolds in 3n-Space
The paper proves that for all integer n larger than 3, there exists a self transverse immersion of a 4n dimensional manifold with complex structure on its normal bundle into 6n dimensional Euclidean space that has an odd number of triple points. The paper is not identical to the one that appeared in the LMS journal. That version was sadly corrupted by substandard type setting.
0024-6107
335-346
Mitchell, Bill
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Eccles, Peter J.
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Mitchell, Bill
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Eccles, Peter J.
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(1989) Triple Points of Immersed Orientable 2n-Manifolds in 3n-Space. Journal of the London Mathematical Society, 39 (2), 335-346.

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Abstract

The paper proves that for all integer n larger than 3, there exists a self transverse immersion of a 4n dimensional manifold with complex structure on its normal bundle into 6n dimensional Euclidean space that has an odd number of triple points. The paper is not identical to the one that appeared in the LMS journal. That version was sadly corrupted by substandard type setting.

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Published date: 1989
Organisations: Electronics & Computer Science, IT Innovation

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Local EPrints ID: 266060
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/266060
ISSN: 0024-6107
PURE UUID: 12bb9caa-9df0-4f93-8be5-8a03117e7718

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Date deposited: 04 Jul 2008 20:56
Last modified: 12 Nov 2017 04:46

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