Homological Stability

(Algebraic K-Theory)

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What is Homological stability?

In mathematics, homological stability is any of a number of theorems asserting that the group homology of a series of groups is stable, i.e., is independent of n when n is large enough (depending on i). The smallest n such that the maps is an isomorphism is referred to as the stable range.The concept of homological stability was pioneered by Daniel Quillen whose proof technique has been adapted in various situations.

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