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Algebraic $K$-theory as extraordinary homology theory on the category of associative rings with unity
I. A. Volodin
Algebraic $K$-theory can be constructed by means of the homotopy groups of the abstract simplicial structure on the group of invertible matrices $GL(A)$ of the ring $A$. This structure may be naturally taken as two-sidedly invariant. Of basic interest is the multiplication in the functor so obtained, which for different rings $A$ assumes different aspects.
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Mathematics of the USSR-Izvestiya, 1971, 5:4, 859–887
MSC: Primary 18F25; Secondary 16A54
I. A. Volodin, “Algebraic $K$-theory as extraordinary homology theory on the category of associative rings with unity”, Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR Ser. Mat., 35:4 (1971), 844–873; Math. USSR-Izv., 5:4 (1971), 859–887
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