The problems of classifying Hurewicz fibrations whose fibres have just two non-zero homotopy groups and classifying 3-stage Postnikov towers are substantially equivalent.We investigate the case where the fibres have the homotopy type of K(G, m)×K(H, n), for 1 < m < n. Our solution uses a classifying space M∞, i.e. a mapping space whose underlying set consists of all null homotopic maps from individual fibres of the path fibration PK(G, m+1) → K(G, m+1) to the space K(H, n+1), and the group E(K(G, m)×K(H, n)) of based homotopy classes of based self-homotopy equivalences of K(G, m)×K(H, n). If B is a given space, then a group action
Our explicit definitions of the classifying spaces, together with our computationally effective group actions, are advantageous for computations and further developments. Two stable range simplifications are given here, together with a classification result for cases where B is a product of spheres.
Homology, Homotopy and Applications, Vol. 8 (2006), No. 2, pp.133-155.
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