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Robert R. Bruner
We study the relationship between Euler classes in connective K-theory of certain metacyclic groups and Eulerian periods living in algebraic number fields. The division of these Euler classes living in connective K-Theory map into a subgroup of the cyclotomic units in the algebraic number fields. With the use of algebraic number theory we further the computations in connective K-theory for certain cases.
Keogh, Michael, "A Relationship Between Connective K-Theory Of Finite Groups And Number Theory" (2018). Wayne State University Dissertations. 2037.