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General Topology (Dover Books on Mathematics) Among The Best Available Reference Introductions To General Topology, This Volume Encompasses Two Broad Areas Of Topology Continuous Topology, Represented By Sections On Convergence, Compactness, Metrization And Complete Metric Spaces, Uniform Spaces, And Function Spaces And Geometric Topology, Covered By Sections On Connectivity Properties, Topological Characterization Theorems, And Homotopy Theory Includes Exercises Edition Figures

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5 thoughts on “General Topology (Dover Books on Mathematics)

  1. Alan Ottenstein Alan Ottenstein says:

    Fantastic book, it was the book for my three person presentation based General Topology course, in which we basically had to do all of our learning from the book, and this book was very easy to learn from It obviously takes effort and thought to read th

  2. Rodrigo Barbosa Rodrigo Barbosa says:

    This is certainly one of the best books on general topology available It requires maturity from the reader than the usual Munkres Armstrong standard, but IMHO it is perfectly adequate for a first contact with the subject It is a dense book, and it does not talk

  3. Indikos Indikos says:

    Great text but not for the neophyte.

  4. ikantspel ikantspel says:

    Willard s text is a great introduction to the subject, suitable for use in a graduate course I am personally not training to be a topologist but I must say that I enjoyed this book thoroughly and walked away with a firmer appreciation of the subject than I had previously had.Ther

  5. someRandomDude someRandomDude says:

    Hands down, this is one of the best book in the series of Dover Books on Mathematics.For students that have no prior exposure to topology, try to read Mendelson s Introduction to Topology, also a Dover book.

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