Dold manifold

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In mathematics, a Dold manifold is one of the manifolds P(m,n) = (Sm×CPn)/τ (where τ acts as −1 on the sphere Sm and a complex conjugation on complex projective space CPn) constructed by Dold (1956) that he used to give explicit generators for Thom's unoriented cobordism ring.


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