# Equivariant stable homotopy theory

In mathematics, more specifically in topology, the **equivariant stable homotopy theory** is a subfield of equivariant topology that studies a spectrum with group action instead of a space with group action, as in stable homotopy theory. The field has become more active recently because of its connection to algebraic K-theory.[1]

## See also

- Equivariant K-theory
- G-spectrum (spectrum with an action of an (appropriate) group
*G*)

## References

- "Algebraic K-Theory and Equivariant Homotopy Theory" (PDF). Birs.ca. Retrieved 2015-03-11.

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