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Differential equivariant Ktheory
"... Following Hopkins and Singer, we give a definition for the differential equivariant Ktheory of a smooth manifold acted upon by a finite group. The ring structure for differential equivariant Ktheory is developed explicitly. We also construct a pushforward map which parallels the topological pushfo ..."
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Following Hopkins and Singer, we give a definition for the differential equivariant Ktheory of a smooth manifold acted upon by a finite group. The ring structure for differential equivariant Ktheory is developed explicitly. We also construct a pushforward map which parallels the topological pushforward in equivariant Ktheory. An analytic formula for the pushforward to the differential equivariant Ktheory of a point is conjectured, and proved in the boundary case, in the case of a free action, and for ordinary differential Ktheory in general. The latter proof is due to K. Klonoff. 1