Topology Seminar Wisconsin, 1965

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R. H. Bing, R. J. Bean
Princeton University Press, 1966 - Mathematics - 260 pages
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During the summer of 1965, an informal seminar in geometric topology was held at the University of Wisconsin under the direction of Professor Bing. Twenty-five of these lectures are included in this study, among them Professor Bing's lecture describing the recent attacks of Haken and Poincare on the Poincare conjectures, and sketching a proof of Haken's main result.
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Contents

ANOTHER DECOMPOSITION OF E3 INTO POINTS AND INTERVALS
33
The Poincaré Conjecture
83
fOKJERNING FAKE CUBES
101
REMARKS ON THE NORMAL MOORE SPACE METRIZATION PROBLEM
115
Nmanifolds
153
APPROXIMATIONS AND ISOTOPES IN THE TRIVIAL RANGE
171
ON ASPHERICAL EMBEDDINGS OF 2SPHERES IN THE USPHERE
189
GEOMETRIC CHARACTERIZATION OF DIFFEREIITIABLE MANIFOLDS
197
PROPERTIES AND THE GENERALIZED SLICING STRUCTURE PROPERTIES
219
FIBER SPACES AND nREGULARITY
229
FIBER SPACES WITH TOTALLY PATHWISE DISCONNECTED FIBERS
235
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Page 23 - MK Fort, Jr., A note concerning a decomposition space defined by Bing, Ann. of Math. vol. 65 (1957) pp.

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