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Visible Ltheory
 Forum Math
, 1992
"... The visible symmetric Lgroups are a refinement of the symmetric Lgroups of Mishchenko [12] and Ranicki [15]. They are much easier to compute, although they hardly differ from the symmetric Lgroups in their formal properties. Cappell and Shaneson [3] use the visible symmetric Lgroups in studying ..."
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The visible symmetric Lgroups are a refinement of the symmetric Lgroups of Mishchenko [12] and Ranicki [15]. They are much easier to compute, although they hardly differ from the symmetric Lgroups in their formal properties. Cappell and Shaneson [3] use the visible symmetric Lgroups
www.elsevier.com/locate/aim GeneralizedArf invariants in algebraic Ltheory
, 2005
"... The difference between the quadratic Lgroups L∗(A) and the symmetric Lgroups L∗(A) of a ring with involution A is detected by generalized Arf invariants. The special case A = Z[x] gives a complete set of invariants for the Cappell UNilgroups UNil∗(Z;Z,Z) for the infinite dihedral group D ∞ = Z2 ..."
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The difference between the quadratic Lgroups L∗(A) and the symmetric Lgroups L∗(A) of a ring with involution A is detected by generalized Arf invariants. The special case A = Z[x] gives a complete set of invariants for the Cappell UNilgroups UNil∗(Z;Z,Z) for the infinite dihedral group D ∞ = Z2
Generalized Arf invariants in algebraic Ltheory
"... Abstract. The difference between the quadratic Lgroups L∗(A) and the symmetric Lgroups L ∗ (A) of a ring with involution A is detected by generalized Arf invariants. The special case A = Z[x] gives a complete set of invariants for the Cappell UNilgroups UNil∗(Z; Z, Z) for the infinite dihedral gr ..."
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Abstract. The difference between the quadratic Lgroups L∗(A) and the symmetric Lgroups L ∗ (A) of a ring with involution A is detected by generalized Arf invariants. The special case A = Z[x] gives a complete set of invariants for the Cappell UNilgroups UNil∗(Z; Z, Z) for the infinite dihedral
www.elsevier.com/locate/aim Generalized Arf invariants in algebraic Ltheory
, 2005
"... The difference between the quadratic Lgroups L∗(A) and the symmetric Lgroups L ∗ (A) of a ring with involution A is detected by generalized Arf invariants. The special case A = Z[x] gives a complete set of invariants for the Cappell UNilgroups UNil∗(Z; Z, Z) for the infinite dihedral group D ∞ = ..."
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The difference between the quadratic Lgroups L∗(A) and the symmetric Lgroups L ∗ (A) of a ring with involution A is detected by generalized Arf invariants. The special case A = Z[x] gives a complete set of invariants for the Cappell UNilgroups UNil∗(Z; Z, Z) for the infinite dihedral group D
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