Quasi-Fibration

(Algebraic Topology)

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What is Quasi-fibration?

In algebraic topology, a branch of mathematics, a quasi-fibration, introduced by Albrecht Dold and René Thom, is a continuous map of topological spaces such that the fibers are homotopy equivalent to the homotopy fiber of f via the canonical map. Every fibration is a quasi-fibration, but the converse is not true. For instance, the projection of the letter L to its base interval is a quasi-fibration (all fibers are contractible), but not a fibration.

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algebraic topology

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Kvasifibration (sv)

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