## Seminar on Transformation GroupsThe Description for this book, Seminar on Transformation Groups. (AM-46), will be forthcoming. |

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### Contents

COHOMOLOGY MANIFOLDS by A Borel | 1 |

PERIODIC MAPS VIA SMITH THEORY by E E Floyd | 15 |

1 Conservation of Cohomological Local | 67 |

ISOTROPY SUBGROUPS OF TORAL GROUPS | 85 |

FINITENESS OF NUMBER OF ORBIT TYPES | 93 |

SLICES AND EQUIVARIANT MBEDDINGS | 101 |

ORBITS OF HIGHEST DIMENSION by D Montgomery | 117 |

THE SPECTRAL SEQUENCE OF A BIFILTERED MODULE | 133 |

FIXED POINT THEOREMS FOR ELEMENTARY | 157 |

FIXED POINT THEOREMS FOR ELEMENTARY | 173 |

ONE OR WO CLASSES OF ORBITS by A Borel | 185 |

FIXED POINT SETS AND ORBITS OF COMPLEMENTARY | 195 |

23 | 206 |

50 | 216 |

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REMARKS ON THE SPECTRAL SEQUENCE OF A MAP | 233 |

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acts trivially acyclic assume assumption Borel bundle closed subgroup closed subset coefficients cohomology manifold cohomology sequence commutative diagram compact connected compact Lie group compact subset component consider contained COROLLARY cross-section defined definition denote differentiable dim H*(X element equivariant equivariant embedding Euclidean G-space exact sequence fibering fibre filtration finite group finite number fixed point set G acts G. D. Mostow group G H-slice hence homology homomorphism implies induces integer isomorphism isotropy groups isotropy subgroups LEMMA Leray sheaf Let f Let G Lie group acting locally compact space Math maximal torus metric module Moreover Mostow natural map notation number of non-conjugate open neighborhood open set orbit types orbits of G orientable p-group p-torsion paracompact Poincare duality prime principal bundle principal orbit PROPOSITION prove rank G REMARK respectively slice spectral sequence subgroup of G topological transformation groups zero

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