nLab Donald W. Anderson

Selected writings

Donald Werner Anderson was a professor of mathematics at UCSD.

He got his PhD degree from Berkeley in 1964, advised by Emery Thomas.

Among other things, he is known for Anderson duality.

His PhD students include Chris Reedy of Reedy categories.

Selected writings

Introducing Anderson duality:

  • Donald W. Anderson, Universal coefficient theorems for K-theory, mimeographed notes, Univ. California, Berkeley, Calif. (1969) [pdf]

On homotopy pullbacks under geometric realization of simplicial topological spaces and stating (though not proving) the canonical model structure on groupoids:

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