Using our proof of the Poincare conjecture in dimension
three and the method of mathematical induction a short and transparent proof of
the generalized Poincare conjecture (the main theorem below) has been obtained. Main Theorem. Let Mn be a n-dimensional, connected, simply connected, compact, closed, smooth manifold and there exists a smooth
finite triangulation on Mn which is coordinated with the
smoothness structure of Mn. If Sn is the n-dimensional sphere then the manifolds Mn and Sn are homemorphic.
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A. Ermolits, "New Approach to the Generalized Poincare Conjecture," Applied Mathematics
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