Synopses & Reviews
Aimed at graduate math students, this classic work is a systematic exposition of general topology and is intended to be a reference and a text. As a reference, it offers a reasonably complete coverage of the area, resulting in a more extended treatment than normally given in a course. As a text, the exposition in the earlier chapters proceeds at a pedestrian pace. A preliminary chapter covers those topics requisite to the main body of work.
Table of Contents
Preface; 0. Preliminaries; 1. Topological Spaces; 2. Moore-Smith Convergence; 3. Product and Quotient Spaces; 4. Embedding and Metrization; 5. Compact Spaces; 6. Uniform Spaces; 7. Function Spaces; Appendix