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General Topology:     more books (100)
1. General Topology by Stephen Willard, 2004-02-27
2. Schaum's Outline of General Topology by Seymour Lipschutz, 1968-06-01
3. Encyclopedia of General Topology by K.P. Hart, Jun-iti Nagata, et all 2004-08-16
4. General Topology: Chapters 1-4 by Nicolas Bourbaki, 1998-09-18
5. General Topology by John Leroy Kelley, 2008-09-10
6. The General Topology of Dynamical Systems (Graduate Studies in the Mathematical Sciences, V. 1) by Ethan Akin, 1993-03-29
7. Foundations of General Topology by W.J. Pervin, 1964-12
8. Introduction to Topology: Third Edition by Bert Mendelson, 1990-07-01
9. A General Topology Workbook by Iain T. Adamson, 1995-11-29
10. Introduction to General Topology by George L. Cain, 2001-10-07
11. Counterexamples in Topology by Lynn Arthur Steen, J. Arthur Seebach Jr., 1995-09-22
12. General Topology by Waclaw Sierpinski, 2000-03-06
13. General Topology (Sigma Series in Pure Mathematics) by Ryszard Engelking, 1989-12
14. Modern General Topology (North-Holland Mathematical Library) by J.-I. Nagata, 1985-11-15

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1. 54: General Topology
From Dave Rusin's "Known Math" collection.Category Science Math Topology general topology Until 1958 an additional classification 56.0X was used for general topology.Browse all (old) classifications for this area at the AMS.
http://www.math.niu.edu/~rusin/known-math/index/54-XX.html

Extractions: POINTERS: Texts Software Web links Selected topics here More formally, a topological space is a set X on which we have a topology a collection of subsets of X which we call the "open" subsets of X. The only requirements are that both X itself and the empty subset must be among the open sets, that all unions of open sets are open, and that the intersection of two open sets be open. This definition is arranged to meet the intent of the opening paragraph. However, stated in this generality, topological spaces can be quite bizarre; for example, in most other disciplines of mathematics, the only topologies on finite sets are the discrete topologies (all subsets are open), but the definition permits many others. Thus a general theme in topology is to test the extent to which the axioms force the kind of structure one expects to use and then, as appropriate, introduce other axioms so as to better match the intended application. For example, a single point need not be a closed set in a topology. Does this seem "inappropriate"? Then perhaps you are envisioning a special kind of topological space, say a a metric space. This alone still need not imply the space looks enough like the shapes you may have seen in a textbook; if you really prefer to understand those shapes, you need to add the axioms of a manifold, perhaps. Many such levels of generality are possible.

2. Questions And Answers In General Topology
Questions and Answers in general topology. A Journal Devoted to general topologyand Related Fields. Published by Symposium of general topology Audience.
http://at.yorku.ca/e/a/j/j/08.htm

Extractions: Published by Symposium of General Topology Topologists working in general topology and related areas. Questions and Answers in General Topology (abbreviation ) is an international journal devoted primarily to rapid publication of questions and answers that arise from research in general topology and related areas. Subscription price per year (one volume of two issues): US\$60.00, or 6000 yen, in Japan. Please, send your order and cashier's check to the managing editor, Prof. Jun-iti Nagata, at the address below. Personal checks from North American subscribers are acceptable. Managing Editor J. Nagata Advisors M. Atsuji, T. Ishii, Y. Katuta, R. Nakagawa, A. Okuyama, S. Sakai, T. Tanaka Editors N. Aoki, T. Hoshina, T. Mizokami, T. Nogura, Y. Tanaka, Y.Yasui Associate Editors Y. Hattori, H. Kato, N. Kemoto, A. Koyama, H. Ohta, K. Tamano, H. Tanaka, J. Terasawa, K. Yamada

3. Fairisle General Topology
Research project on the architecture of ATMbased local area networks and the algorithms for generating a general topology. An experimental general topology local area network based on Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) is described.
http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/Research/SRG/fairpap.html

4. Agt
Abstracts of all volumes.Category Science Math Topology general topologyEditorsin-Chief Salvador Romaguera, Manuel Sanchis. ISSN 1576-9402 EditorialBoard. Aims and Scope. Technical Editors. Instructions for Authors. Abstracts
http://www.upv.es/agt/

5. Dynamic Directory - Science - Math - Topology - General Topology
Mathematics Arxiv Front GN general topology - Preprints in general topology. Moscow State University - Department of
http://www.maximumedge.com/cgi/dir/index.cgi/Science/Math/Topology/General_Topol

Extractions: Dynamic Directory Top Science Math Topology :General Topology Web Pages Topology Atlas - A multi-purpose center for electronic distribution of information related to topology. Alfréd Rényi Institute of Mathematics - Set Theoretic and General Topology research group members. Applied General Topology - Abstracts of all volumes. Fixed Point Theory on the Web - Publications, meetings, mailing list, bibliography. Mathematical Atlas: General Topology - From Dave Rusin's "Known Math" collection. Mathematics Arxiv Front - GN General Topology - Preprints in general topology. Moscow State University - Department of General Topology and Geometry. Members, research interests, seminars. Open Questions in Topology - By Marianne Morillon. Oxford Analytic Topology Research Group - Research interests: topology of metric spaces, generalised metric spaces, continua, function spaces, hyperspaces, topological algebra, set theoretic methods in topology, and applications of topology to computer science and the theory of differential equations. The Stone-Cech Compactification - Notes by Mike Stannett.

6. ScienceDirect - General Topology And Its Applications - List Of Issues
An annual event bringing together an international audience of researchers in general topology and Category Science Math Topology Events
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/0016660X

7. GN General Topology
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http://front.math.ucdavis.edu/math.GN

8. Applied General Topology
Applied general topology Universidad Politécnica de Valencia. Applied GeneralTopology. Copyright © 20012002 Applied general topology and Topology Atlas.
http://at.yorku.ca/i/a/a/j/00.htm

9. 5th Galway Colloquium On General Topology
University of Hull, UK; 2729 June 2001.Category Science Math Topology Events Past Events general topology The purpose of the conference is to bring together mathematiciansworking in general topology and to provide a forum in which research
http://www.hull.ac.uk/maths/topology/

10. McGraw-Hill Professional | Main Catalog
you want top grades and a thorough understanding of general topology, this powerful study tool is the best tutor you can
http://www.pbg.mcgraw-hill.com/cgi-bin/catalog/getarec.pl?isbn=0070379882

11. 14th Summer Conference On General Topology
http://phoenix.liunet.edu/~srothman/schedule.htm

Extractions: What follows is a preliminary program as of July 28th for the 14th Summer Conference on Topology and Applications. The first block indicates when the invitees will speak, when the workshops will take place ("Group", led by Itzkowitz, "Systems" led by Devaney), and when the parallel session slots are. KEY Session Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Groups Workshop Yang (A) Granero Groups Workshop Traina (A) Hanna Kummetz (C) Ross (G) Filali (A) Peregudov Lemin (CS) Ross (G) Silva (A) Baboolal Vaughan (SC) Macario (G) Schmets (A) Wong Dynamical Systems Workshop Vignoli (A) Dynamical Systems Workshop Gomez Perez (A) Watson (S) Robins (DC) Beckenstein (A) Burgin Tkachuk (S) Brattka (C) Maestre (A) Liederman (G) Groups Workshop Mack (CA) Kuperberg (D) Groups Workshop Webster (CA) Van Dam Kulesza (S) Bauer (C) Hernandez (G) Akin (D) Ismail (S) Kopperman (C) Comfort (G) Martinez-Montejano (D) Ssymanski (S) Edalat (C) Glasner (D) Lawner Dynamical Systems Workshop Garcia-Ferreira (S) Dynamical Systems Workshop

12. General Topology Authors/titles Recent Submissions
general topology. Title SPM Bulletin 2 Authors Boaz Tsaban Subjclassgeneral topology; Classical Analysis and ODEs; Combinatorics; Logic
http://arxiv.org/list/math.GN/recent

13. General Topology Authors/titles Jan 2003
general topology. Title Extraordinary dimension theories generated by complexesAuthors A. Chigogidze Subjclass general topology MSC-class 54F45, 55M10
http://arxiv.org/list/math.GN/0301

14. Introduction To General Topology, An - Addison Wesley / Benjamin Cummings Catalo
. An Introduction to general topologyis a clear, well motivated, rigorous introduction to pointset topology.Introduction to general topology, An.

Extractions: Instructor Exam Copy Description An Introduction to General Topology is a clear, well motivated, rigorous introduction to point-set topology. Through careful exposition, it helps students think abstractly, providing an excellent foundation and preparation for further studies in topology and advanced mathematics study. The text contains few illustrations, encouraging students to draw their own and motivating them to think abstractly. Other items to consider Introduction to General Topology

15. Introduction To General Topology - Addison Wesley / Benjamin Cummings Catalog
Introduction to general topology. George L. Cain, Georgia Institute ofTechnology. Introduction to general topology, An ISBN 0201576988.

16. General Topology - NoiseFactory Science Archives (http://noisefactory.co.uk)
The space X is compact provided every open cover has a finite subcover. Compactspaces are very important in general topology for a variety of reasons.
http://noisefactory.co.uk/maths/topology.html

Extractions: Standard sets Functions ... Ordinal topologies (summary table) General mathematics Standard sets We use standard notations for the basic number sets of mathematics: R , the real line; C , the complex plane; Q , the set of rational quotients; and Z , the set of integers. We consider to be a member of N , the set of non-negative integers. The unit interval [0,1] R will be denoted I . We write to denote the empty set. Given any set X, the set of subsets of X, its power set , is denoted X or 2 X Functions Given any sets X and Y, we write Y X to denote the set of all functions from X to Y (note the reversal of the intuitive order of X and Y), and if Y is computable we can write [X Y] for the subset of Y X comprising computable functions. For the purposes of this document, we are careful to distinguish set inclusion (which allows the possibility of set equality), and strict inclusion

17. BookLists: General Topology - NoiseFactory Science Archives (http://noisefactory
general topology. One of the purest and most intellectually challenging branchesof modern mathematics, this is not a subject for the faint hearted.

Extractions: Even though NoiseFactory is based in the UK, most prices here are quoted in US dollars - the slightly longer shipping time is usually more than made up for by considerably lower prices in America. Buying goods online is just as easy in dollars as Sterling, because credit card transactions are automatically converted to local currency at the prevailing exchange rate. In fact, online dollar purchases are cheaper even than getting your bank to generate a money order, because banks typically charge extortionate conversion fees, whereas credit cards usually charge none at all. To buy a book or CD in dollars, just fill out the online forms provided - the rest happens automatically. Further Reading > General Topology Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 ... Page 6 Visit our Sponsors General Topology One of the purest and most intellectually challenging branches of modern mathematics, this is not a subject for the faint hearted. You'll need to read these books carefully, and a detailed understanding may emerge only slowly, but when it does emerge it'll have been worth every minute. Taking your mind for a stroll around an abstract topological space, where even basic ooncepts like distance and dimension may not mean very much, is a joy few humans have ever experienced.

18. Papers By AMS Subject Classification
No papers on this subject. 54XX general topology For the topologyof manifolds of all dimensions, see 57NXX / Classification root.
http://im.bas-net.by/mathlib/en/ams.phtml?parent=54-XX

19. Set Theoretical And General Topology Research Division
Links. Set Theoretical and general topology research division. Research staffIstván Juhász, head of research division; Ervin Deák; Miklós Erdélyi Szabó;
http://www.renyi.hu/staff/topology.html

20. Set Theoretical And General Topology Research Division
Set Theoretical and general topology research division. Research staff IstvánJuhász, head of research division; Ervin Deák; Miklós Erdélyi Szabó;
http://www.renyi.hu/staff/topology-text.html

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