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  1. copied reference from HoTT wiki

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    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2022

    I have made the requested higher groups redirect to the existing entry n-groups.

    Then I have hyperlinked infinity-groups, which certainly exists.

    Also link for connective spectrum.

    By the way, to make good use of all these new category:referenceentries, one should point to them from where the articles are being referenced. I have done so now here.

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    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2022

    By the way, we do have an entry delooping. We did not have the requested delooped as a redirect.

    I have made it a redirect now, but best to link to standard word form, since we can’t possibly pre-empt all variations as redirects.

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    • CommentTimeJun 9th 2022

    In adding the missing publication data, I have taken the liberty of reformatting a litte.

    Does it not look much better this way:


    on infinity-groups in homotopy type theory.

    Abtract. We present a development of the theory of higher groups, including infinity-groups and connective spectra, in homotopy type theory. An infinity group is simply the loops in a pointed, connected type, where the group structure comes from the structure inherent in the identity types of Martin-Löf type theory. We investigate ordinary groups from this viewpoint, as well as higher dimensional groups and groups that can be delooped more than once. A major result is the stabilization theorem, which states that if an n-type can be delooped n+2n+2 times, then it is an infinite loop type. Most of the results have been formalized in the Lean proof assistant.


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