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  1. Elementary General Topology by Theral O. Moore, 1965-02
  2. Topological Semifields and Their Applications to General Topology (American Mathematical Society Translations--Series 2) by M. Ia. Antonovskii, V. G. Boltjanskii, et all 1977-12-31
  3. Papers on General Topology and Applications: Tenth Summer Conference at Amsterdam (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences)
  4. Introduction to general topology by Zlatko P Mamuzic, 1963
  5. General Topology and Modern Analysis
  6. General Topology by A. Csaszar, 1978-04-01
  7. Papers on General Topology and Applications: Ninth Summer Conference at Slippery Rock University (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; V) by Susan Andima, 1995-10
  8. Surveys in General Topology by George Reed, 1980-04
  9. Papers on General Topology and Applications: Eleventh Summer Conference at the University of Southern Maine (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences)
  10. Topology: A Geometric Account of General Topology Homotopy Types and the Fundamental Groupoid (Mathematics and Its Applications (Ellis Horwood Ltd)) by Ronald Brown, 1989-02
  11. Intuitive Combinatorial Topology (Universitext) by V.G. Boltyanskii, V.A. Efremovich, 2010-11-02
  12. Topology and Geometry for Physicists by Charles Nash, Siddhartha Sen, 2011-01-20
  13. Riemann, Topology, and Physics (Modern Birkhäuser Classics) by Michael I. Monastyrsky, 2008-01-11
  14. Introduction to Symplectic Topology (Oxford Mathematical Monographs) by Dusa McDuff, Dietmar Salamon, 1999-07-29

101. AUtopomathServer
Topology and its Neighborhood.
Math and Stat COSAM AU main AU calendar ... Grad School Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Auburn University, AL 36849-5310 phone: 334 844 4290
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102. IEEE Xplore - Synthesis Of General Topology Multiple Coupled
by WA Atia 2002 - Cited by 42 - Related articles

103. General Topology By Jesper M. Moller - Download Here
General Topology by Jesper M. Mo ller free book at E-Books Directory - download here

104. The Kenzo Program.
A computer program for computational algebraic topology.
The Kenzo program is the last version (16000 Lisp lines, July 1998) of the CAT (= Constructive Algebraic Topology) computer program. Kenzo is also the name of my beloved cat . The Kenzo program is a joint work with Xavier Dousson. The previous version EAT (May 1990) was a joint work with Julio Rubio.The Kenzo documentation was entirely written by Yvon Siret. An updated version (1-1-7, October 11, 2008) of the program works with:
  • GNU-Clisp change-class ). Clisp is a GNU-free program, a little slow, but this is not very important in most applications.
  • ; this last version is quite convenient, about two times faster than Clisp.
  • LispWorks-5 S Z is not reachable with this free version.
The Kenzo program is significantly more powerful than EAT, from several points of view. On one hand, for the computations which could be done with the EAT program, the computing times are divided by a factor generally between 10 and 100. The reasons are multiple and it is not obvious to decide what the most important are. Some are strictly technical; for example the numerous multi-degeneracy operators are now coded with a unique integer, using an amusing binary trick: various tests show much progress has been obtained in this way. Other reasons are strictly mathematical; for example another choice for the Eilenberg-Zilber homotopy operator leads in the Kenzo program to Szczarba's universal twisting cochain; in the EAT program we used Shih's universal twisting cochain;

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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 9 sections on connectivity properties, topological characterization theorems, and homotopy theory. Includes 340 exercises. 1970 edition. 27 figures.
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106. British Topology Home Page
A source of pointers to Topology-related sites, including archives and conference announcements.
Number of non-local hits since 26 August 1997
The British Topology Home Page
Rotating Immortality - a Möbius Band in the form of a Trefoil Knot by John Robinson with graphics by Ronnie Brown and Cara Quinton. Borrowed from `Symbolic Sculptures and Mathematics' This site is intended to act as a convenient source of pointers to Topology-related sites, including archives and conference announcements. It is not intended to be part of a British archive as such, but pointers to useful sites will be included to form a `nonlocalised' archive. Although intended mainly for British and general European use, it will include references to other parts of the world. To have items included, either email them to me or (preferably) send addresses of existing web documents. Conference notices and other items with a finite lifetime will normally be removed when the advertised events have occurred. Please let me know of any errors or links that you would like to see included. I would be grateful for comments on the structure and contents of this site. Anyone wishing to set up and maintain a subsidiary page of this site is encouraged to do so. Andrew Baker email
Some comments by Frank Adams

107. TTT On WWW
The Transpennine Topology Triangle is a topology seminar partially supported by the London Mathematical Society with vertices at Leicester, Manchester and Sheffield.
Transpennine Topology Triangle Homepage
The Transpennine Topology Triangle is a topology seminar partially supported by the London Mathematical Society with vertices at Leicester, Manchester and Sheffield.
Next vertex: TTT75: Postdoc and postgrad start of year meeting Sheffield, October 21st. Speakers include David Barnes (Sheffield), Alastair Darby (Manchester), Harry Ullman (Sheffield), Nick Gurski (Sheffield)
TTT76: Leicester (Thursday 18th November) Speakers include David Fletcher (Leicester) and Hadi Zare (Manchester)
John Greenlees (Sheffield)
John Hunton (Leicester)
Nige Ray (Manchester)
TTT members' homepages
Francis Clarke's Homepage
Peter Eccles's Homepage

John Greenlees's Homepage

John Hunton's Homepage
Gareth Williams's Homepage
John Greenlees's preprints
Neil Strickland's preprints
Mailing List
If you need the mailing list, please apply to one of the organizers.
Notes of talks
Notes are available for talks from
TTT38 (Clarke, Wood)
and TTT40 (Wuethrich)
Past events
TTT1: Inaugural meeting and Adams Lectures Manchester (June 12-14 1995)
TTT2: First Sheffield meeting Sheffield (2nd October 1995) TTT3: First Leicester meeting Leicester (27th November 1995) Manchester (12th February 1996) Sheffield (3-4 June 1996) Sheffield Strickland Sandwich meeting Manchester (11th November 1996) ... OU, Manchester (4th December 2007)

108. General Topology (22M132) Fall 2007 Course Description
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109. General Topology
General topological spaces bases and subbases, products, quotients, subspaces, continuity, topologies generated by sets of functions, homeomorphisms.
General Topology
Fall: 12 units Metric spaces: continuity, compactness, Arzela-Ascoli Theorem, completeness and completion, Baire Category Theorem. General topological spaces: bases and subbases, products, quotients, subspaces, continuity, topologies generated by sets of functions, homeomorphisms. Convergence: nets, filters, and the inadequacy of sequences. Separation: Hausdorff spaces, regular spaces, completely regular spaces, normal spaces, Urysohn's Lemma, Tietze's Extension Theorem. Connectedness. Countability conditions: first and second countability, separability, Lindelof property. Compactness: Tychonoff's Theorem, local compactness, one-point compactification.

110. Fixed Point Theory On The Web
Publications, meetings, mailing list, bibliography.

111. Semi-continuous Mappings In General Topology
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112. Cantor Set And Function
Introduction to the Cantor discontinnuum.

113. General Topology And Homotopy Theory Ebooks Download Free
General Topology and Homotopy Theory ebook Science Technology book download free ebooks By Rapidshare mediafire megaupload torrent 3540909702 PDF CHM books.
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In this monograph, based on a set of sixteen lectures to students, the author expounds certain parts of general topology which are particulary relevant to homotopy
theory. His book is reasonably self-contained. It is tightly written and elegant.
Some idea of the book's content may be gathered from the titles of its eight chapters: The basic framework, The axioms of topology, Spaces under and spaces over,
Topological transformation groups, The notion of homotopy, Cofibrations and fibrations, Numerable coverings, Extensors and neighbourhood extensors.
Another way of summarizing the book is to paraphrase the seven propositions which the author labels ``theorems'', since these are clearly the highlights. He classifies
the numerable $G$-bundles for any topological group $G$ (Theorem 7.52). He proves under various hypotheses that a fiber-preserving map which is locally a fiber homotopy
nilpotency class of the (nilpotent) group of homotopy classes of maps from $X$ to a path-connected topological group or grouplike space (Theorems 8.15, 8.16). When $G$

114. 2010 GTC,
Athens, GA. May 20 - June 2, 2001.
2010 Georgia Topology Conference Wednesday May 19 - Sunday May 23, 2010 University of Georgia Athens, Georgia All talks are in Boyd 328, which is on the
third floor of the Boyd Graduate Studies Building
(at the corner of Soule St and DW Brooks Dr,
and indicated with a green arrow and star
An annual topology conference has been held at the University of Georgia since 1961. This year, the conference focuses on algebraic topology. Around half of the talks will be on the common theme of the Goodwillie-Weiss embedding calculus and its application to spaces of knots. Tom Goodwillie will give a series of 3 introductory talks on the embedding calculus at the graduate student level. Nick Kuhn will also give a series of introductory talks on periodic localization, generalized Tate cohomology, and infinite loopspaces. The following have agreed to speak at the conference. Mark Behrens (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
Andrew Blumberg (University of Texas)
Ryan Budney (University of Victoria)
Robert Ghrist (University of Pennsylvania)
Tom Goodwillie (Brown University)
Robin Koytcheff (Stanford University)
Nicholas Kuhn (University of Virginia) Brian Munson (Wellesley College) Kristine Pelatt (University of Oregon) Dev Sinha (University of Oregon) Michael Shulman (University of Chicago) Victor Turchin (Kansas State University) Ismar Volic (Wellesley College) There is a limited amount of funding available for graduate students and recent PhDs. Please see the 'Support' section for more information.

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116. 17th "Summer" Topology Conference
Auckland, New Zealand; 14 July 2002.
17th "Summer" Topology Conference
Auckland, New Zealand
1-4 July, 2002
Welcome to the homepage for the 17th "Summer" Topology Conference, to be held in Auckland, New Zealand 1-4 July 2002. This will be the next in the Summer Topology Conference Series This page has been updated to contain information relevant to participants getting ready to come to Auckland. Click here for the old homepage
Travel Directions
All the conference activities will take place in the Mathematics/Physics building of Auckland University's City Campus. Click here for a map showing the location of the Maths/Physics building. If you do not see a red dot in that map, then please note that the Maths/Physics building is on Princes Street (in the center square of the map) close to the junction with Wellesley Street. Click here for directions for getting from the accommodation to the Maths Department. Our home during the conference will be the foyer on the first floor (note that this is not the same as the ground floor). Another conference will be based in the ground floor foyer, so please look out for the signs.
Welcome Reception Sunday 30 June
There will be a reception on Sunday 30 June from 4:30pm until 7:00pm, in the Maths/Physics building. A light buffet will be served. The reception is currently planned to be held in the ground floor foyer: however, this may be changed to the first floor foyer.

117. Encyclopedia Of General Topology
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118. Mathematics And Computer Science - Denison University
February 21-22, 2003. Hosted by Denison University, Granville, Ohio, USA.
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119. Seventh Italian-Spanish Conference On General Topology And
The Seventh ItalianSpanish Conference on General Topology and its Applications will take place in Badajoz (Spain) from 7 to 10 September, 2010,

120. Summer Conference On Topology And Its Applications
University of Cape Town, South Africa; 59 July 2004.

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