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Topology epub

by Sheldon Davis


Topology epub

ISBN: 0072910062

ISBN13: 978-0072910063

Author: Sheldon Davis

Category: Science

Subcategory: Mathematics

Language: English

Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math; 1 edition (January 15, 2004)

Pages: 448 pages

ePUB book: 1301 kb

FB2 book: 1611 kb

Rating: 4.1

Votes: 694

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Davis very highly and many believe Sheldon will write the next classic text in topology. This is an excellent book for studying set theoretic topology. Davis' explanations are crystal clear and the book is very well organized.

Davis very highly and many believe Sheldon will write the next classic text in topology. One of the best qualities of this book is that it treats set theoretic topology as an interesting subject in its own right - which it is. There is almost no algebraic topology at all in this book except a short chapter on homotopy. After studying part one and a few sections from part II (quotient topology in particular) you will be ready for a course on algebraic topology.

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Sheldon Davis text is written for introductory courses in topology taken by advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students.

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Sheldon Davis' text is written for introductory courses in topology taken by advanced undergraduate and beginning graduate students. Designed to be flexible, the text is divided into two parts to accomodate different courses, course configurations, and instructor preferences. Part I of the text covers the bare essentials every student should know about topology before continuing on to study point-set or set-theoretic topology, algebraic topology, funcitonal analysis, continuum theory, or the many other important areas in mathematics that utilize topology fundamentals. To keep the text manageable for beginning students, use of set theory in Part I is kept to an intuitive level. Part II contains a complete beginning course in general topology, or set-theoretic topology. General topology courses that assume prior background in the fundamentals can start directly with Part II and use the material in Part I for conceptual review.

This text is part of the Walter Rudin Student Series in Advanced Mathematics.

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This is an excellent book for studying set theoretic topology. Davis' explanations are crystal clear and the book is very well organized. One of the best qualities of this book is that it treats set theoretic topology as an interesting subject in its own right -- which it is. There is almost no algebraic topology at all in this book except a short chapter on homotopy. After studying part one and a few sections from part II (quotient topology in particular) you will be ready for a course on algebraic topology. If you are looking for an alternative to Munkres or a supplement I highly suggest this book.