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I gave chromatic homotopy theory an Idea-section.
To be expanded eventually…
I added the reference
added pointers to Heuts 18 and Lurie-Hopkins 18 (on the unstable case)
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Rm self-link chromatic filtration.
added, to the beginning of the Idea-section, this quote from Ravenel 1992, p. 24:
We use the word ’chromatic’ here for the following reason. The $n$-th subquotients in the chromatic filtration consists of $v_n$-periodic elements. As illustrated in 2.4.2, these elements fall into periodic families. The chromatic filtration is thus like a spectrum in the astronomical sense in that it resolves the stable homotopy groups of a finite complex into periodic families of various periods. Comparing these to the colors of the rainbow led us to the word ’chromatic’.
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