16 edition of **Basic topology** found in the catalog.

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- 20 Currently reading

Published
**1983**
by Springer-Verlag in New York
.

Written in

- Topology

**Edition Notes**

Statement | M.A. Armstrong. |

Series | Undergraduate texts in mathematics |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | QA611 .A68 1983 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xii, 251 p. : |

Number of Pages | 251 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL3159014M |

ISBN 10 | 0387908390 |

LC Control Number | 83000655 |

In this broad introduction to topology, the author searches for topological invariants of spaces, together with techniques for calculating them. Students with knowledge of real analysis, elementary group theory, and linear algebra will quickly become familiar with a wide variety of techniques and applications involving point-set, geometric, and algebraic topology. This book was written to be a readable introduction to algebraic topology with rather broad coverage of the subject. The viewpoint is quite classical in spirit, and stays well within the conﬁnes of pure algebraic topology. In a sense, the book could have been written thirty or forty years ago since virtually everything in it is at least that old.

Base of a topology. In pract ice, it may be awkw ard to list all the open sets constituting a topology; fortunately, one can often deÞn e the topology by describing a much smaller collection, which in a sense gener - ates the entire topology. D E FI N IT IO N A base for the topology T is a subcollection " " T such that for an File Size: KB. Basic Topology - ong Answers and Solutions to Problems and Exercises Gaps (things left to the reader) and Study Guide / editions Gregory R. Grant University of Pennsylvania email: [email protected] April 2 A Note to the (Potential) Reader of M.A. Armstrong I think this is a great book. But from a user’s perspective.

I've been collaborating on an exciting project for quite some time now, and today I'm happy to share it with you. There is a new topology book on the market! Topology: A Categorical Approach is a graduate-level textbook that presents basic topology from the modern perspective of category theory. Coauthored with Tyler Bryson and John Terilla, Topology is published through MIT . : Basic Topology (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics) () by Armstrong, M.A. and a great selection of similar New, Used and /5(54).

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The exercises in each section seem to be relatively harder (indeed, sometimes a little too difficult for a "basic" topology book) than the sections themselves, which are understandable and easy to read for the most part.

My class did find two typos in the book so far. Read more/5(20). Introduction To Topology. This book explains the following topics: Basic concepts, Constructing topologies, Connectedness, Separation axioms and the Hausdorff property, Compactness and its relatives, Quotient spaces, Homotopy, The fundamental group and some application, Covering spaces and Classification of covering space.

Author(s): Alex Kuronya. Mathematics – Introduction to Topology Winter What is this. This is a collection of topology notes compiled by Math topology students at the University of Michigan in the Winter semester. Introductory topics of point-set and algebraic topology are covered in.

General Topology by Stephen Willard. Basic Topology by M.A. Armstrong. Perhaps you can take a look at Allen Hatcher's webpage for more books on introductory topology.

He has file containing some very good books. improve this answer. edited Feb 13 '12 at 2 revs, 2 users 90% A note about Munkres: For me, there was very little in the. A Concise Course in Algebraic Topology.

University of Chicago Press, [$18] — Good for getting the big picture. Perhaps not as easy for a beginner as the preceding book. • G E Bredon. Topology and Geometry. Springer GTM[$70] — Includes basics on smooth manifolds, and even some point-set Size: 65KB.

One more plus for the book, his treatment of set theory in an appendix is very nice, and frequently cited. I give it 5 stars for what it is, a fine textbook of basic general topology, but want to apprise you of what the limitations are.

It is appropriately titled, but if you are a novice as I was, try not to confuse "general topology" with /5(9). The book Basic Topology (Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics) can give more knowledge and information about everything you want.

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But one aim this book can give many details for us. Basic Topology M. Armstrong. Pages: ISBN File: PDF, MB. Preview. Save for later Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. The title to this book is awfully deceptive.

While the material it cover's is indeed "Basic Topology", the book makes it anything but "Basic". There are errors in the text and the homework problems are ridiculously challenging for a book which is supposed to be a "first exposure" on the subject/5. Building on rudimentary knowledge of real analysis, point-set topology, and basic algebra, Basic Algebraic Topology provides plenty of material for a two-semester course in algebraic topology.

The book first introduces the necessary fundamental concepts, such as relative homotopy, fibrations and cofibrations, category theory, cell complexes. The perfect introductory topology textbook, 'Understanding topology' requires only a knowledge of calculus and a general familiarity with set theory and logic.

Equally approachable and rigorous, the book's clear organization, worked examples, and concise writing style support a thorough understanding of basic topological principles. A primary goal of this book is to present basic concepts from topology and Morse theory to enable a non-specialist to grasp and participate in current research in computational topology.

The author gives a self-contained presentation of the mathematical concepts from a computer scientist's point of view, combining point set topology, algebraic.

Book Description. Building on rudimentary knowledge of real analysis, point-set topology, and basic algebra, Basic Algebraic Topology provides plenty of material for a two-semester course in algebraic topology.

The book first introduces the necessary fundamental concepts, such as relative homotopy, fibrations and cofibrations, category theory, cell complexes, and simplicial. Overrated and outdated. Truth be told, this is more of an advanced analysis book than a Topology book, since that subject began with Poincare's Analysis Situs (which introduced (in a sense) and dealt with the two functors: homology and homotopy).

The only point of such a basic, point-set topology textbook is to get you to the point where you can work through an (Algebraic) /5. (since I’m a physics major), I cannot express how helpful this book has been in studyingHilbertSpaces,andthusQMingeneral. Fantastictext. I’verecommended toallmyphysicsclassmates,thankyousomuchDr.

Morris!” Jari, Finland: “I got my exam in Topology back, which was my last exam in my master’sdegree. 5/5thankstoTopologyWithoutTears!File Size: 10MB. Munkres for general topology, Hatcher for algebraic topology, and Milnor for differential topology if you’re into that sort of thing. The goal of this part of the book is to teach the language of math-ematics.

More speciﬁcally, one of its most important components: the language of set-theoretic topology, which treats the basic notions related to continuity.

The term general topology means: this is the topology that is needed and used by most mathematicians. A permanent File Size: 1MB.

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When I read it, I had had some exposure to the topology of the real line, so I was at least familiar with stuff like open sets (though only on the real line and R^n).Genre/Form: Einführung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Armstrong, M.A.

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