We describe a subcomplex S* (G) of a K(G,1) which depends on a given presentation of the group G. We prove that under a certain condition S* (G) is a K(G,1). Complexes of the type S* (G) arise in the homotopy theory of the classifying space for foliations.
KeywordsNumber Theory Algebraic Geometry Topological Group Homotopy Theory
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