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The thesis was carried out. under supervision of Prof. Barratt. I wish to thank Prof. Barratt for his help during many ylmrs. I wish to thank Prof, Mahowald far nlany discussions concerning this study, and for presenting me with [CDGM}. I wish to thank Prof. B. Gray for presenting me with his unpublished work [Grl]'and discussing it with me, and Prof. H. Marcum for" disciJ~¢ing with me his work [Marl] and [MarS]. I wish to thank Bob Oliver for suggestions concerning the i~rese|it~tlori of the paper.
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In the connected cttse the disjoint union becomes a bouquet, ~SS-s|mplicial complexes i~ is easy to observe that every simplicial complex is a particular case of a C W complex in which the attaching map carries every sphere in the domain homeomorphically onto the boundary of an n simplex in B , - I . C S 4 - E x a m p l e s o f conic ( n o n C W ) spaces The fact that every C W and simplieial presentations are also cc~lic presentations, supplies ma1~y examples of conic presentations. The following are three examples of conic (non CI~") presentations.