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Ambidexterity in K(n)-Local Stable Homotopy Theory
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also: talk at Notre Dame Graduate Summer School on Topology and Field Theories and Harvard lecture 2012 (video part 1, part 2, part 3 part 4, pdf lecture notes by Chris Elliott)
on bilimits in K(n)-local stable homotopy theory and generally on ambidextrous adjunctions and their un-twisted Wirthmüller isomorphisms for ∞-module bundles in semiadditive (∞,1)-categories.
(The untwisted Wirthmüller isomorphism is the map $\mu$ in Construction 4.0.7 and then the norm map in Remark 4.1.12. The induced integration map considered in Construction 4.0.7, Notation 4.1.6 there is also discussed (for the general twisted case) in the note Type-semantics for quantization, see section 4.3 there for details).
The discussion in the article is apparently motivated as part of what it takes to make precise the discussion of quantization in sections 3 and 8 of
For the 2014 installment of UOregon’s Moursund Lecture Series, Jacob Lurie gave three (video recorded) lectures on spectral algebraic geometry, one of which is
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