Introduction to topology by Gamelin T.W., Greene R.E.

By Gamelin T.W., Greene R.E.

This quantity explains nontrivial functions of metric house topology to research, basically setting up their courting. additionally, subject matters from common algebraic topology specialize in concrete effects with minimum algebraic formalism. chapters ponder metric house and point-set topology; the different 2 chapters discuss algebraic topological material. Includes routines, chosen solutions, and fifty one illustrations. 1983 version.

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