dc.rights.license | CC-BY-NC-ND | |

dc.contributor.advisor | Heuts, Gijs | |

dc.contributor.author | Lamers, Gerben | |

dc.date.accessioned | 2023-12-07T00:01:09Z | |

dc.date.available | 2023-12-07T00:01:09Z | |

dc.date.issued | 2023 | |

dc.identifier.uri | https://studenttheses.uu.nl/handle/20.500.12932/45613 | |

dc.description.abstract | In his three seminal papers Thomas Goodwillie constructed the Goodwillie tower, with which one
can approximate a homotopy functor on spaces similar to how the Taylor series approximates a smooth
function in ordinary calculus. In the case of the identity functor on spaces, Michael Ching showed that
the derivatives form an operad in spectra. The algebras for this operad are called spectral Lie algebras.
It turns out that the mod 2 homology of a free spectral Lie algebra can be described in terms of the
homology of the original spectrum. We will construct a machine computational tool to compute the mod
2 homology of a free spectral Lie algebra as a module over the dual Steenrod algebra. | |

dc.description.sponsorship | Utrecht University | |

dc.language.iso | EN | |

dc.subject | We will construct a machine computational tool to compute the mod
2 homology of a free spectral Lie algebra as a module over the dual Steenrod algebra. We will first discuss the theory behind it and afterwards, we will review an example of its usage. | |

dc.title | The homology of free spectral Lie algebras and machine
computation in algebraic topology | |

dc.type.content | Master Thesis | |

dc.rights.accessrights | Open Access | |

dc.subject.keywords | homotopy theory; Goodwillie calculus; operads | |

dc.subject.courseuu | Mathematical Sciences | |

dc.thesis.id | 26357 | |