By C. Allday, V. Puppe (auth.), Stefan Jackowski, Bob Oliver, Krzystof Pawałowski (eds.)
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Example B(G) Given a topological group G, whose underlying space is a countable C W complex, the following model for the classifying space of G, B( G ), was given in a paper of Milnor [Mi2]. ted join of G with itself, where G is taken n + l times. This is n G space, with diagonal G action on the G coordinates of the join, and orbit space Bn(G). In the case that the underlying space G has the homotopy type of a countable CW complex, the same is true for E , ( G ) and B,,(G). The projection map ha(G) : E , ( G ) ------*B , ( G ) is a fibration with fiber G.
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Algebraic Topology Poznań 1989: Proceedings of a Conference held in Poznań, Poland, June 22–27, 1989 by C. Allday, V. Puppe (auth.), Stefan Jackowski, Bob Oliver, Krzystof Pawałowski (eds.)