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by Graham Flegg

eBook From geometry to topology ePub
Author: Graham Flegg
Language: English
ISBN: 0340053240
ISBN13: 978-0340053249
Publisher: English Universities Press (1974)
Pages: 186
Category: Mathematics
Subcategory: Science
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 312
Formats: doc mobi docx azw
ePub file: 1904 kb
Fb2 file: 1703 kb

This introduction to topology eases readers into the subject by building a bridge from the familiar concepts of geometry to the formalized study of topology.

This introduction to topology eases readers into the subject by building a bridge from the familiar concepts of geometry to the formalized study of topology. Focuses on congruence classes defined by transformations in real Euclidean space, continuity, sets, functions, metric spaces, and topological spaces, and more.

From Geometry to Topology book.

From geometry to topology. 1n. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station27. cebu on January 3, 2020. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). has been added to your Cart. This book is neither a textbook nor a rigorous buildup of topology from geometry. It's a simple and conceptual bridge from congruence classes in geometry, and basic ideas from map theory, into topology. For anyone wanting to get a grasp of the subject, I would recommend this book as a primer to any more conventional treatment of topology. In many texts, you are given general theorems in terms of sets, with little intuitive motivation. From Geometry to Topology provides the necessary background. And it's fun to read. This excellent introduction to topology eases first-year math students and general readers into the subject by surveying its concepts in a descriptive and intuitive way, attempting to build a bridge from the familiar concepts of geometry to the formalized study of topology. The first three chapters focus on congruence classes defined by transformations in real Euclidean space. As the number of permitted transformations increases, these classes become larger, and their common topological properties become intuitively clear.

This excellent introduction to topology eases first-year math students and general readers into the subject by surveying its concepts in a descriptive and intuitive . From Geometry to Topology - H. Graham Flegg.

This excellent introduction to topology eases first-year math students and general readers into the subject by surveying its concepts in a descriptive and intuitive way, attempting to build a bridge from the familiar concepts of geometry to the formalized study of topology. Exercises and Problems. Includes 101 black-and-white illustrations.

From Geometry to Topology (Hardback). This introduction to topology eases readers into the subject by building a bridge from the familiar concepts of geometry to the formalized study of topology

From Geometry to Topology (Hardback). Published by Dover Publications In. United States (2001). ISBN 10: 0486419614 ISBN 13: 9780486419619. This introduction to topology eases readers into the subject by building a bridge from the familiar concepts of geometry to the formalized study of topology.

This introduction to topology eases readers into the subject by building a bridge from the familiar concepts of geometry to the formalized study of topology. Focuses on congruence classes defined by transformations in real Euclidean space, continuity, sets, functions, metric spaces, and topological spaces, and more. Exercises and Problems. Includes 101 black-and-white illustrations. 1974 edition.
GAMER
It is an amazing book that every beginner who is interested in Topology should read!
Actually, it is the one of the two books that he must read, before starting a "university" book with the tremendous amount of definitons, theorems and formulae. The other book is Dr. Arnold's Intuitive Concepts in Elementary Topology.
Hudora
As the author states, this is not a text, it's background information for those wanting to know what topologists find interesting, since the intro courses focusing on abstract principles can never get to the interesting stuff (i.e. what is interesting to most people). This book does not provide the logical foundations for a thorough understanding of topology, but it DOES provide ample fodder for thought and for seeing what issues are ultimately addressed by a study of the subject.
Wenaiand
This book is neither a textbook nor a rigorous buildup of topology from geometry. It's a simple and conceptual bridge from congruence classes in geometry, and basic ideas from map theory, into topology.
For anyone wanting to get a grasp of the subject, I would recommend this book as a primer to any more conventional treatment of topology. In many texts, you are given general theorems in terms of sets, with little intuitive motivation. From Geometry to Topology provides the necessary background. And it's fun to read.
Nahn
I gather this was written quite a while back, but I think it is quite fundamental stuff, so that shouldn't matter. My university math courses didn't get into topology to any extent, so I came to it as a relative newcomer. It seemed like a nice introduction to the topic, fairly light on proofs and rigor but covering the concepts in a nice intuitive manner.
Ynneig
I bought this book shortly after my introductory analysis professor had once mentioned what is topology. That was the first topology book I had read, and I fell in love with the subject ever since. It's easy to understand,and very enlightening as well.

The book walks you through the transition from geometry to topology, then eleborates on several basic topological concepts.

Very interesting stuff !
DrayLOVE
When I recently began studying introductory, but also quite rigorous texts on topology, on a self-taught basis, I occasionally had the thought, might this be a solution in search of a problem? As it happens, there most certainly is a most practical motivation from geometry to topology, one could say a bridge from the one to the other (no relation to Koenigsberg), and H. Graham Flegg marvelously explains just exactly what this bridge is all about.
Fordrekelv
This book is quite pictorial and thus easy to read, as it's intended to be: a first introduction on undergraduate level to topology. However, it's a pity it doesn't go into topology very much. It stays very informal.
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