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Whitehead, Elements of Homotopy Theory, Springer Verlag, 1981. L. Avramov Institute of Mathematics University of Sofia ul. "Akad. G. Bon~ev" BI. 8 1113 Sofia, Bulgaria S, Halperin Department of Mathematics University of Toronto Toronto Canada M5S IAI HILBERT SERIES OF FINITELY PRESENTED ALGEBRAS by David A-NICK and Clas LOFWALL Summary Let / denote the collection of all Hilbert connected graded algebras over a field This paper addresses series of finitely presented k . What can we say about the s e t / ?
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Algebra, Algebraic Topology and their Interactions: Proceedings of a Conference held in Stockholm, Aug. 3 - 13, 1983, and later developments by Jan-Erik Roos