by James Dugundji
Dugundji does a spectacular job of motivating most (though admittedly not all) of the topics covered in the text, and everything is. .One of the best Topology books I have read
For example, his division of topics into axioms of separation, covering, compactness, etc. really help the student to conceptually organize the subject as a whole. One of the best Topology books I have read. Even though the book has no figures (as one would expect from a topology book), almost every detail is covered and there are not obscure parts in the proofs.
Dugundji's book is definitely an excellent introduction to topology for people who want to study topology for the sake of understanding results in topology (and have an education in set theory). Most topology books I've tried so far focus far more on getting 'core' theorems - often not rigorously - useful to some other branch of mathematics established and then speedily moving on. I look forward to spending more time studying the contents of this book.
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In this book, my aim is to provide the reader with a foundation in general topology that will adequately prepare him for further work in a broad variety of mathematical disciplines. The arrangement of the material is such that the book can also serve as a reference for the more advanced mathematician. The reader is assumed to have a background of at least one semester of rigorous analysis; for such persons, the treatment herein is self-contained and the material can easily be covered in a two-semester course.
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Granas-Dugundji's book is an encyclopedic survey of the classical fixed point theory of continuous mappings (the . In fact, the book could even serve as an introduction to algebraic topology among others
Granas-Dugundji's book is an encyclopedic survey of the classical fixed point theory of continuous mappings (the work of Poincaré, Brouwer, Lefschetz-Hopf, Leray-Schauder) and all its various modern extensions. This is certainly the most learned book ever likely to be published on this subject. In fact, the book could even serve as an introduction to algebraic topology among others. It is certain that the book will be a standard work on Fixed Point Theory for many years to come.
JAMES DUGUNDJI TOPOLOGY PDF - Title, Topology Allyn and Bacon series in advanced mathematics
JAMES DUGUNDJI TOPOLOGY PDF - Title, Topology Allyn and Bacon series in advanced mathematics. Author, James Dugundji. Dugundji’s book is definitely an excellent introduction to topology for people who want to study topology for the sake of understanding results in topology and have an education in set theory. Topology : James Dugundji : Fixed point theoryby Andrzej Granas and James Dugundji. Miguel marked it as to-read Oct 20, Charlotte Tyner marked it as to-read Mar 15, Logan marked it as to-read Sep 13, Pelishka dufundji currently reading it Dec 17, Thanks for telling us about the problem.
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James Dugundji was an American mathematician, a.Dugundji is the author of the textbook Topology (Allyn and Bacon, 1966), on general topology.
James Dugundji was an American mathematician, a professor of mathematics at the University of Southern California. With co-authors I. Ugi, R. Kopp and D. Marquarding, he wrote a book on this subject as well, Perspectives in Theoretical Stereochemistry (Springer, 1984). In 2005, an international conference on fixed point theorems was held in Dugundji's memory in Będlewo, Poland.
James Dugundji (August 30, 1919 – January, 1985) was an American mathematician, a professor of mathematics at the University of Southern California. Dugundji's parents emigrated from Greece to New York City, where Dugundji was born in 1919. He studied at New York University, graduating with a . in 1940, and went on to graduate school at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, studying there under the supervision of Witold Hurewicz