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The proof of the next result is left to the reader. 2. (1) A projective chain complex is contractible if and only if Hp (C∗ ) = 0 for p ≥ 0; (2) Let f : C∗ → D∗ be a chain map of projective chain complexes. Then the following assertions are equivalent: (a) The chain map f∗ is a chain homotopy equivalence; (b) cone∗ (f∗ ) is contractible; (c) Hp (f∗ ) : Hp (C∗ ) → Hp (D∗ ) is bijective for all p ≥ 0. , which possesses a chain contraction. Put Codd = p∈Z C2p+1 and Cev = p∈Z C2p . Let γ∗ and δ∗ be two chain contractions.
Then the corresponding homology class is f∗ ([X]) ∈ Hr (M ; Z), the image of the fundamental class. If dim(M ) = m, then the corresponding cohomology class sits in H m−r (M, Z). Not all homology classes of M can be obtained this way but an appropriate multiple of a homology class can always be obtained so. 1. Namely, if X is a CW complex with ﬁnite skeleta we consider the trivial bundle 0 over X. Then, if (M, f, α) is a normal map the isomorphism α is just a trivialization of the normal bundle, and so (M, α) is a framed manifold and we write instead of Ωm (X; 0) the standard notation Ωfmr (X).
Then the homomorphisms f∗ , g∗ : Wh(π(X)) → Wh(π(Y )) agree. If additionally f and g are homotopy equivalences, then τ (g) = τ (f ). (3) Composition formula Let f : X → Y and g : Y → Z be homotopy equivalences of ﬁnite CW complexes. Then τ (g ◦ f ) = g∗ τ (f ) + τ (g). (4) Product formula Let f : X → X and g : Y → Y be homotopy equivalences of connected ﬁnite CW -complexes. Then τ (f × g) = χ(X) · j∗ τ (g) + χ(Y ) · i∗ τ (f ), where χ(X), χ(Y ) ∈ Z denote the Euler characteristics, j∗ : Wh(π(Y )) → Wh(π(X × Y )) is the homomorphism induced by j : Y → X × Y, y → (y, x0 ) for some base point x0 ∈ X and i∗ is deﬁned analogously.