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      A digital index theorem 

      Domínguez Murillo, Eladio; Francés Román, Ángel Ramón; Ayala Gómez, Rafael; Quintero Toscano, Antonio Rafael (World Scientific Publishing, 2001-11)
      This paper is devoted to prove a Digital Index Theorem for digital (n − 1)-manifolds in a digital space (Rn, f), where f ...
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      Approximation axiomatique à la théorie du bordisme 

      Ayala Gómez, Rafael; Domínguez Murillo, Eladio; Quintero Toscano, Antonio Rafael (Université de Picardie Jules Verne, 1989)
      This paper gives an axiomatical approximation to Bordism Theory. It proves those properties of a geometrical nature that a class of models must satisfy to develop a bordism theory in an abstract category.
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      Digital homotopy with obstacles 

      Ayala Gómez, Rafael; Domínguez Murillo, Eladio; Francés Román, Ángel Ramón; Quintero Toscano, Antonio Rafael (Elsevier, 2004-04-30)
      As a sequel of [4] Ayala, R., E. Dom´ıguez, A. R. Franc´es and A. Quintero, Homotopy in Digital Spaces, Discrete and Applied ...
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      Exponential law for uniformly continous proper maps 

      Ayala Gómez, Rafael; Domínguez Murillo, Eladio; Quintero Toscano, Antonio Rafael (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 1988)
      The purpose of this note is to prove the exponential law for uniformly continuous proper maps.
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      Homotopy in digital spaces 

      Ayala Gómez, Rafael; Domínguez Murillo, Eladio; Francés Román, Ángel Ramón; Quintero Toscano, Antonio Rafael (Elsevier, 2003-01-15)
      The main contribution of this paper is a new “extrinsic” digital fundamental group that can be readily generalized to ...
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      Lusternik-Schnirelmann invariants in proper homotopy theory 

      Ayala Gómez, Rafael; Domínguez Murillo, Eladio; Márquez Pérez, Alberto; Quintero Toscano, Antonio Rafael (University of California, 1992)
      We introduce and study proper homotopy invariants of the Lusternik-Schnirelmann type, p-cat (-), p-Cat(-), and cat e(-) ...