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W e can prove is THEOREM odd. 25. e. wl(P) = 0 E Hl(~, Z2) precise of a fixed-point 8). result: , W2(P ) = 0 E H 2 (Tr,72)). W e obtain in this case the m o r e - 37 - a : RO(~:) --~ KoO($(W)/ ~r) O / is surjective if d i~ m l_i W __ ~ {rood8 ), d i m I W dim[W]m 6. 1. 4) G = Spin(n), in , this X reductions. consists ~ over X Let with total of vectorbundles P • of the principal G space V ~ X and study be a topological the group. V defining as n = dim X . V = 1~ n G-module. and P , 7X tangent-bundle GL{V) of X with respect We give ~ = frame bundle to the a few examples.

Proof: We can assume that covering. X x(X) Assume that is zero. i. 12. In [8], [9] the Euler characteristic of a compact co~plete locally affine manifold X is asserted to be zero. However the author informed us that the arguments given in [8,II] and [9] are not conclusive. In any case, Lemma 2' of [9] is false as stated, and this affects the proofs of theorems i, 2 and 3 of this paper. The assertion about the triviality of the Euler characteristic would follow from theorem 3 and in view of[ll] also from theorem 2 of [9].

Z) (all differentials are of odd degree') . But from ch: H~ KI(Bw 2q-l) @ ~ i < 2q - i it follows that d; = 0 . 8 then follows. C, ,z) is trivial. K0(B~ 2q-l) I n I G, 2q-i 8 > Gt~ H*(~,Z) where 82i* is an isomorphism for isomorphisms. 0 i < q and zero for . 9. the order of (ii) (i) K0(B~2g-I) is finite and annihilated by ~q-i if X =~w is w. The image of ~2q: I(I)--* K0(B,2q) is the torsion subgroup tKO(B~2q); moreover tKO(B~2q) ~ ~O(Bw2q§ (iii) Since that K0(Bw) as a filtered ring is a homotopy invariant of # ( B w 2q+l) ~ tK0(Bw 2q) depends only on The finite groups which satisfy periodic cohomology [22; XII, i ~ .