## Resources on motivic homotopy theory

Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on December 14, 2008

I found a really nice page today, maintained by Aravind Asok, with notes and resources on motivic homotopy theory. Worth checking out.

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Posted by Andreas Holmstrom on December 14, 2008

I found a really nice page today, maintained by Aravind Asok, with notes and resources on motivic homotopy theory. Worth checking out.

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## Aravind Asok said

A newer version of the page is available at http://www.math.ucla.edu/~asok/motivichomotopy.html . Corrections, comments, etc. are all greatly welcome!

## Thomas said

Being curious about generalisations of vanishing/nearby cycles, I wonder what the experts think about the idea sketched at the end of

Morava’s article, that nearby cycles are just a variant of Bousfield localizations?