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Any PL-homology-manifold is homotopy equivalent to a manifold
You assume that S is simply connected and you should not. |
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Any PL-homology-manifold is homotopy equivalent to a manifold
By the way, you say "removing a small ball from the interior of the contractible manifold gives an h-cobordism". Are you sure (I do not think it is correct). |
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Any PL-homology-manifold is homotopy equivalent to a manifold
Thank you very much. By the way, the question was not revised — it was understood wrongly. |
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Any PL-homology-manifold is homotopy equivalent to a manifold
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Homology_manifold Please correct me if I am wrong: the link of vertex in h-manifold has to be homological sphere, so if dimension is 3 it has to be 2-sphere, so it was a manifold. |
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Any PL-homology-manifold is homotopy equivalent to a manifold
Sorry, I did not get it — are you trying to say that there is a counterexample in dimension 3? — all 3-dimensional homological PL-mainifolds are manifolds, aren't they? |
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Diameter of immersed surfaces with bounded from above mean curvature
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