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Introduction To Topology
This makes it slightly more inconvenient to match topics when supplementing this text with other sources or vice versa, but I suppose this is inevitable in a book that was first published more than 50 years ago. Selected pages Title Page.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. Highly regarded for its exceptional clarity, imaginative and instructive exercises, and fine writing style, this concise book offers topoloty ideal introduction to the fundamentals of topology. Sadly, the book doesn’t have a section on homotopy equivalence and some other useful notions, but do recall it is an introduction in exactly pages of short text.
Introduction to Topology: Third Edition
Chapters 4 and 5 are devoted to a discussion of the two most important topological properties: Throughout the text, Dr. Mendelson, a former Professor of Mathematics at Smith College, has included many challenging and stimulating exercises to help students develop a solid grasp of the material presented. No trivia or quizzes yet. I’ll admit that I’m not quite ready to tackle topology itself. Sep 06, CD rated it really liked it Shelves: Originally conceived as a text for a one-semester course, it is directed to undergraduate students whose studies of introductjon sequence have included topoloby and proofs of theorems.
Mendelson, a former Professor of Mathematics at Smith College, has included many challenging and stimulating exercises to help students develop a solid grasp edtiion the material presented.
Introduction to Topology by Bert Mendelson
References to this book Shape Analysis and Classification: Account Options Sign in. Space Bat rated it it was amazing Jan 19, Account Options Sign in. Aug 13, Abdullah Najjar rated it did not like it. I’m not yet enough of an expert on topology to give this a truly informed review; I can compare this to mendeleon to one other topology text but plenty of math books.
Kennedy Oketch rated it really liked it Oct 11, Jun 28, Simona Vesela rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lists with This Book. That’s not to say reading it is simple, however; expect to put in some work following the proofs and solving problems if you want to get something out of it.
Trivia About Introduction gopology T Concepts of Modern Mathematics. The best part about the book is the price. Textbooks may not include supplemental items i. Return to Book Page. CDs, access codes etc Paul rated it liked it May 25, May not contain Access Codes or Supplements. Saad Javed rated it it was amazing Mar 31, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Sep 14, Steve Stuart rated it really liked it. It has taken me roughly 20 hours to read the first 40 pages.
This book has hardback covers. I actually have the Second Edition, must speak with a librarian or become one to add this and several other ‘older’ books of this standard. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This style will be too brief for students who want more redundancy, hand-holding, and worked exercises.
Sorrynoremorse rated it really liked it Apr 29, Shape Analysis and Classification: Published July 1st by Dover Publications first published January 1st I had worn myself out on other books dedicated to the subject, and this book provides a clearer, more to-the-point account of basic set theory than any I’ve found in a fi You caught me–technically, I thhird finished this book yet. In the second chapter Professor Mendelson discusses metric spaces, paying particular attention to various distance ibtroduction which may be defined on Euclidean n -space and which lead to the ordinary topology.
Good, but editiob quick and straight to the point. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. The author begins with an informal discussion of set theory in Chapter 1, reserving coverage of countability for Chapter 5, where it appears tooology the context of compactness. Other editions – View all Introduction to Topology: Ships same or next business day! If you are firmly rooted in your understanding of Set Theory and have had rigorous levels of experience with that nomenclature, only the first couple of readings will be a muddle.