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The localization of R inverting S is the ring with involution S −1 R = { r/s | r ∈ R , s ∈ S } with s (r ∈ R, s, t ∈ S) . g. e. a contractible finite chain complex in A(S −1 R). The localization maps of quadratic L-groups are isomorphisms Ln (Γ(R, S)) −−→ Ln (Λ(S −1 R)) = Ln (S −1 R) ; (C, ψ) −−→ (S −1 C, S −1 ψ) (n ∈ Z) 3. Algebraic bordism categories 57 because (i) for every finite chain complex C in A (R) localization defines isomorphisms of abelian groups lim Q (D) −−→ lim Qn (S −1 D) = Qn (S −1 C) (n ∈ Z) −−→ n −−→ C→D C→D with the direct limits taken over all the finite chain complexes D in A (R) with a C (R, S)-equivalence C −−→ D, (ii) every finite chain complex in A(S −1 R) is C (S −1 R)-equivalent to S −1 C for a finite chain complex C in A (R).

Similarly for the symmetric L-groups. 14 Given an additive category with chain duality A and closed subcategories D ⊆ C ⊆ B ⊆ B (A) there is defined a commutative braid of exact sequences N N N N N N Ln (A, C, D ) N N NN NNP N NN Ln (A, B, D) N Ln+1 NNP N NN (A, B, B) ''' '' ' NN N L (A, B, D) n N Ln (A, B, B) N Ln (A, B, C) NNP N NN L (A, B, C) ''' '' ' n NNP N NN Ln−1 (A, C, D ) . 9 (iii). For any object C in a closed subcategory C ⊆ B (A) the suspension SC = C(0: C−−→0) is also an object in C.

N Ln (Λ) −−→ N Ln (Λ ) −−→ N Ln (F ) −−→ N Ln−1 (Λ) −−→ . . Proof For any objects M, N in A define a chain map of abelian group chain complexes F (M, N ) : M ⊗A N −−→ F (M ) ⊗A F (N ) ; (φ: T (M )−−→N ) −−→ (F (φ)G(M ): T F (M )−−→F T (M )−−→F (N )) which is compatible with the duality equivalences. An n-dimensional symmetric complex (C, φ) in Λ induces an n-dimensional symmetric complex (F (C), F (φ)) in Λ . Similarly for quadratic and normal complexes, and also for pairs. Working as in Ranicki [146, §2] define the relative L-group Ln (F ) 54 Algebraic L-theory and topological manifolds to be the cobordism group of pairs ((n − 1)-dimensional symmetric complex (C, φ) in Λ , n-dimensional symmetric pair (F (C)−−→D, (δφ, F (φ))) in Λ ) .

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