General Topology I, Volumes 1-3

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A. V. Arkhangelʹskiĭ, Lev Semenovich Pontri͡a͡gin
Springer-Verlag, 1990 - Mathematics - 202 pages
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This is the first of the encyclopaedia volumes devoted to general topology. It has two parts. The first outlines the basic concepts and constructions of general topology, including several topics which have not previously been covered in English language texts. The second part presents a survey of dimension theory, from the very beginnings to the most important recent developments. The principal ideas and methods are treated in detail, and the main results are provided with sketches of proofs. The authors have suceeded admirably in the difficult task of writing a book which will not only be accessible to the general scientist and the undergraduate, but will also appeal to the professional mathematician. The authors' efforts to detail the relationship between more specialized topics and the central themes of topology give the book a broad scholarly appeal which far transcends narrow disciplinary lines.

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Contents

Arkhangelskii V V Fedorchuk
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2 Some Important Classes of Topological Spaces
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The Foundations
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