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We now take the case X = BGL(R), N = E(R), forming i : BGL(R) → BGL(R)+ . By our identification of H∗ (GL(R), Z) with H∗ (BGL(R), Z), we thus have the canonical identification H∗ (BGL(R)+ , Z) ∼ = H∗ (GL(R), Z). 3. Let R be a ring. The higher K-groups Ki (R), i = 1, 2, . . are defined by Ki (R) := πi (BGL(R)+ , ∗). 3. K1 and K2 . We need to reconcile this definition with the “classical” definition of K1 and K2 . 4. For i = 1, 2, the new definition of Ki (R) agrees with the old one. Proof. 1)(1).
The K∗ (X)-ring structure is natural with respect to the pull-back maps f ∗ , and, for f : Y → X projective, we have the projection formula: f∗ (f ∗ (a) · b) = a · f∗ (b); a ∈ Ki (X), b ∈ Gj (Y ). 5. Projective bundles. Both K-theory and G-theory satisfy a projective bundle formula: for E → X a vector bundle of rank r + 1, K∗ (P(E)) is a free K∗ (X)-module with basis 1, [O(−1)], . . , [O(−r)], and similarly for G-theory; the proof is essentially the same as for G0 and K0 . There is an interesting extension of this to “twisted forms” of projective bundles, the so-called Severi-Brauer varieties over K.
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