Synopses & Reviews
An understanding of topology is fundamental to the grasp of most branches of mathematical analysis and geometry. This wide-ranging treatment opens with basic concepts of set theory and topological spaces; it concludes with the rudiments of functional analysis. Its remarkable depth contributes to its versatility as a classroom text, a guide for independent study, and a reference.
Suitable for advanced undergraduates and graduate students, this volume can serve as a text for a complete course in topology. Its comprehensive scope and coherent presentation make it equally valuable as a self-contained guide for those wishing to study at their own pace. Additional enrichment materials and advanced topic coverageincluding extensive material on differentiable manifolds, abstract harmonic analysis, and fixed point theoremsconstitute an excellent reference for mathematics teachers, students, and professionals.
Synopsis
Suitable for a complete course in topology, this text also functions as a self-contained treatment for independent study. Additional enrichment materials make it equally valuable as a reference. 1964 edition.
Synopsis
Suitable for a complete course in topology, this text also functions as a self-contained treatment for independent study. Additional enrichment materials and advanced topic coverageincluding extensive material on differentiable manifolds, abstract harmonic analysis, and fixed point theoremsconstitute an excellent reference for mathematics teachers, students, and professionals. 1964 edition.
Synopsis
Suitable for a complete course in topology, this text also functions as a self-contained treatment for independent study. Additional enrichment materials make it equally valuable as a reference. 1964 edition.