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by Allan J. Sieradski

Author: Allan J. Sieradski
Subcategory: Mathematics
Language: English
Publisher: Wadsworth Pub Co (June 1, 1991)
Pages: 448 pages
Category: Math and Science
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The treatment of the subject of this text is not encyclopedic, nor was it designed to be suitable as a reference manual for experts.

The treatment of the subject of this text is not encyclopedic, nor was it designed to be suitable as a reference manual for experts. Rather, it introduces the topics slowly in their historic manner, so that students are not overwhelmed by the ultimate achievements of several generations of mathematicians. Careful readers will see how topologists have gradually refined and extended the work of their predecessors and how most good ideas reach beyond what their originators envisioned. To encourage the development of topological intuition, the text is amply illustrated.

This text is an introduction to topology and homotopy. Topics are integrated into a coherent whole and developed slowly so students will not be overwhelmed. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Unknown Binding, 465 pages.

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Computational Topology: An Introduction The topological notion of shape utilizes structures from homotopy theory .

Computational Topology: An Introduction. Book · January 2010 with 12,865 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. The topological notion of shape utilizes structures from homotopy theory, homology and persistent homology. The principle benefit of this approach to the study of image shapes is its simplicity as well as an attractive, fairly straightforward computational character. The geometry and topology of digital images facilitates the introduction of metrics that provide a precise, easily implemented view of image shape theory. This brings to forefront the need to choose a shape analysis and comparison metric.

Author: Allan J. An Introduction to Topology & Homotopy.

An Introduction to Topology & Homotopy. The first eight chapters are suitable for a one-semester course in general topology. File format: pdf. File Name: An Introduction to Topology and Homotopy (Allan J. Sieradski) 0534929605. The entire text is suitable for a year-long undergraduate or graduate level curse, and provides a strong foundation for a subsequent algebraic topology course devoted to the higher homotopy groups, homology, and cohomology.

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This solution manual accompanies the first part of the book An Illustrated Introduction toTopology and Homotopy by the same author

This solution manual accompanies the first part of the book An Illustrated Introduction toTopology and Homotopy by the same author. Except for a small number of exercises inthe first few sections, we provide solutions of the (228) odd-numbered problemsappearing in first part of the book (Topology). The primary targets of this manual are thestudents of topology. This set is not disjoint from the set of instructors of topologycourses, who may also find this manual useful as a source of examples, exam problems,etc.

The treatment of the subject of this text is not encyclopedic, nor was it designed to be suitable as a reference manual for experts. Rather, it introduces the topics slowly in their historic manner, so that students are not overwhelmed by the ultimate achievements of several generations of mathematicians. Careful readers will see how topologists have gradually refined and extended the work of their predecessors and how most good ideas reach beyond what their originators envisioned. To encourage the development of topological intuition, the text is amply illustrated. Examples, too numerous to be completely covered in two semesters of lectures, make this text suitable for independent study and allow instructors the freedom to select what they will emphasize. The first eight chapters are suitable for a one-semester course in general topology. The entire text is suitable for a year-long undergraduate or graduate level curse, and provides a strong foundation for a subsequent algebraic topology course devoted to the higher homotopy groups, homology, and cohomology.