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An indecomposable $PD_3$–complex : II

Jonathan A Hillman

Algebraic & Geometric Topology 4 (2004) 1103–1109

arXiv: math.AT/0412248


We show that there are two homotopy types of PD3–complexes with fundamental group S3 Z2ZS3, and give explicit constructions for each, which differ only in the attachment of the top cell.

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indecomposable, Poincaré duality, $PD_3$–complex
Mathematical Subject Classification 2000
Primary: 57P10
Secondary: 55M05
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Received: 4 August 2004
Accepted: 16 November 2004
Published: 25 November 2004
Jonathan A Hillman
School of Mathematics and Statistics F07
University of Sydney
NSW 2006