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The addition in G(N) is then defined by constructing the pushout square N 4- The group L is a representative of the sum in G(N) of the genus class of H and the genus class of K . The abelian group defined in this way can for example be used to estimate the size of G(N) . Stammbach: The work of Peter Hilton in algebra 44 Of course Peter Hilton's mathematical work continues. We certainly shall see in the future, as we have in the past, a lot of significant papers carrying that special trade mark: Peter Hilton.
An axiomatic setting could be developed but would probably obscure the simplicity of the ideas. We shall use very l i t t l e beyond fibre and cofibre sequences. Let XAY be the smash product X x Y/XvY and let F(X,Y) be the function space of based maps X -• Y. The source of duality is the adjunction homeomorphism (1) F(XAY,Z) 2 F(X,F(Y,Z)). Let CX - XAl, LX = XAS 1 , PX = F(I,X), and fiX - FCS^X), where I has basepoint 1 in forming CX and 0 in forming PX. For a based map f :X -• Y, l e t Cf - Y