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The ﬁnal result aﬃrms that homotopy disjointness does not imply homotopy disjointness by a small deformation even for m = 4n − 2 in general. Let σ be the element of the stable 7-stem of the homotopy groups of the sphere. 2 . 9) Proposition. Let f: S 30 → S 16 represent σ16 coincidence free, but not coincidence free by a small deformation. References D. V. Anosov, The Nielsen number of maps of nilmanifolds, Russian Math. Surveys 40 (1985), 149–150. [BGZ1] S. Bogatyi, D. L. Gon¸¸calves and H. Zieschang, Coincidence theory: the minimizing problem, collected papers dedicated to the 60th Birthday of Academician Sergei Petrovich Novikov, Proc.

This is called the deformation case. We now describe some recent progress of coincidence questions in positive codi- 1. COINCIDENCE THEORY 37 mension. We start with the case where the primary obstruction is non-zero, and then go on to consider the complementary case. In [DoG] this question was basically analyzed for (p, p), where p: E → B, is a Hopf ﬁbration. A general homotopy approach is used to study this question, and using bundle theory, one shows for which values of n the Hopf ﬁbrations pn : S 4n+3 → HP n can be made self-coincidence free.

11) that tr(L) = 0. Consequently tr(L) = tr(L) = Tr(L) and the proof is completed. 9) is correct. Below we shall list some important properties of the generalized trace. Note that the respective proofs are straightforward by reduction to the ordinary trace. 13) Properties. 1) If (in V ) the following diagram is commutative: / E1 ~ ~~ L L 1 ~~S ~ ~~ ~ E T / E1 E T then L is a Leray endomorphism if and only if L1 is a Leray endomorphism and in that case we get Tr(L) = Tr(L1 ). 2. 2) Assume that (in V ) the following diagram 0 / E1 L1 0 / E1 /E L /E / E2 /0 L2 / E2 /0 with exact rows is commutative.