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Foundations Of Combinatorial Topology – Pontryagin
In this post, we will see the book Foundations Of Combinatorial Topology by L. S. Pontryagin. About the book This book represents essentially a semester course in combinatorial topology which I have given several times at the Moscow National University. … Continue reading
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Tagged betti numbers, complex, continuous mappings, euler characteristic, fixed point theorems, invariance, lemmas, mappings, mathematics, polyhedrons, simplex, soviet, theorems, topology
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Introduction to Topology – Borisovich, Bliznyakov, Izrailevich, Fomenko
We now come to two volume set on Introduction to Topology by Yu. Borisovich, N. Bliznyakov, Ya. Izrailevich, T. Fomenko. This is a two volume book set, which has 5 sections in all. It is based on lectures delivered by … Continue reading
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Tagged borisovich, euler characteristic, fomenko, functors, homology theory, homotopy theory, knots, lefschetz number, manifolds, mappings, mathematics, riemann surface, simplical complexes, smooth functions, surfaces, topologica space, topology
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Little Mathematics Library – Method of Successive Approximations
In the Little Mathematics Library we now come to Method of Successive Approximations by N. Ya. Vilenkin. As the title suggests the book has to do with approximation methods, but what kind of approximations and for what kind of use … Continue reading