Topology

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Dover Publications, 1961 - Mathematics - 374 pages
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Designed as a text for a one-year first course in topology, this authoritative volume offers an excellent general treatment of the main ideas of topology. It includes a large number and variety of topics from classical topology as well as newer areas of research activity.

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Delightful text emphasizing point-set and the significance of limit sets. Much more readable than the elegant, yet rarified Kolmolgorov. Read full review

Contents

TOPOLOGICAL SPACES AND FUNCTIONS
1
THE ELEMENTS OF POINTSET TOPOLOGY
37
FURTHER TOPICS IN POINTSET TOPOLOGY
105
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