2 edition of **Initiation to combinatorial topology** found in the catalog.

Initiation to combinatorial topology

Maurice FrГ©chet

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Published
**1967**
by Prindle, Weber & Schmidt in Boston
.

Written in English

- Combinatorial topology

**Edition Notes**

Statement | [by] Maurice Fréchet and Ky Fan. Translated from the French, with some notes, By Howard W. Eves. |

Series | The Prindle, Weber & Schmidt complementary series in mathematics |

Contributions | Fan, Ky., Fan, Ky.11 Eves, Howard Whitley, 1911- |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | xii, 124 p. : |

Number of Pages | 124 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL23743824M |

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Initiation to Combinatorial Topology Paperback – January 1, by Maurice and Ky Fan; Howard W. Eves (Trans) Frechet (Author)Author: Maurice and Ky Fan; Howard W. Eves (Trans) Frechet. An elementary text that can be understood by anyone with a background in high school geometry, Invitation to Combinatorial Topology offers a stimulating initiation to important topological ideas.

This translation from the original French does full justice to the text's coherent presentation as well as to its rich historical by: Historically, combinatorial topology was a precursor to what is now the field of algebraic topology, and this book gives an elementary introduction to the subject, directed towards the beginning student of topology or by: An elementary text that Initiation to combinatorial topology book be understood by anyone with a background in high school geometry, Invitation to Combinatorial Topology offers a stimulating initiation to important topological ideas.

This translation from the original French does full justice to the text's coherent presentation as well as to its rich historical : Maurice Fréchet. Translation of Initiation à la topologie combinatoire, which was published in as v. 1 of Introduction à la topologie combinatoire.

Description: xii, pages illustrations 22 cm. "Intuitive combinatorial topology is conceived as a popular introduction to the aims, methods and concerns of topology. The authors’ aim throughout this copiously illustrated book is to build intuition rather than go overboard on the technical aspects of the subject: this enables them to cover a /5(2).

An elementary text that can be understood by anyone with a background in high school geometry, Invitation to Combinatorial Topology offers a stimulating initiation to important topological ideas.

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A Combinatorial Introduction to Topology book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Excellent text for upper-level undergraduat /5.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: Initiation to combinatorial topology. Boston: Prindle, Weber & Schmidt, in series. Combinatorial Di erential Topology and Geometry ROBIN FORMAN Abstract.

A variety of questions in combinatorics lead one to the task of analyzing the topology of a simplicial complex, or a more general cell complex. However, there are few general techniquesto aid in this investiga-tion.

On the other hand, the subjectsof di erentialtopologyand File Size: KB. The creation of algebraic topology is a major accomplishment of 20th-century mathematics. The goal of this book is to show how geometric and algebraic ideas met and grew together into an important branch of mathematics in the recent past.

The book also conveys the fun and adventure that can be part of a mathematical investigation. - Buy A Combinatorial Introduction to Topology (Dover Books on Mathematics) book online at best prices in India on Read A Combinatorial Introduction to Topology (Dover Books on Mathematics) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified orders/5(4).

The goal of this part of the book is to teach the language of math-ematics. More speciﬁcally, one of its most important components: the language of set-theoretic topology, which treats the basic notions related to continuity. The term general topology means: this is the topology that is needed and used by most mathematicians.

A permanent File Size: 1MB. Historically, combinatorial topology was a precursor to what is now the field of algebraic topology, and this book gives an elementary introduction to the subject, directed towards the beginning student of topology or geometry.5/5(5).

I'm interested to learn topology. In particular, my interest lies in algebraic topology.I was wondering if someone could recommend proper maths books/notes (i.e.

not books like Nakahara's "Geometry, Topology and Physics" or Naber's "Topology, Geometry and Gauge Fields: Foundations") which are "friendly" enough for physicists?. I think this topic has the highest chance of succeeding if you. I am a robotic engineer and bought this book for self-teach the combinatorial topology.

This book is well organized and readable for novice such as I and especially very understandable with various graphical pictures. Moreover the book touches a connection to the general topology.

A good introductory book to the combinatorial topology/5(8). Combinatorial Topology book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Fundamental topological facts, together with detailed explanations /5(6). Introduction to Combinatorial Algorithms Lucia Moura.

Introduction Combinatorial Structures Combinatorial Algorithms Course Outline Combinatorial Algorithms Hardness of Search and Optimization Many search and optimization problems are NP-hard or their corresponding \decision problems" are NP-complete. An elementary text that can be understood by anyone with a background in high school geometry, Invitation to Combinatorial Topology offers a stimulating initiation to important topological ideas.

This translation from the original French does full justice to the text's coherent presentation as well as to its rich historical : Dover Publications. Abstract.

We outline the basic connection between distributed computing and combinatorial topology in terms of two formal models: a conventional operational model, in which systems consist of communicating state machines whose behaviors unfold over time, and the combinatorial model, in which all possible behaviors are captured statically using topological notions.An elementary text that can be understood by anyone with a background in high school geometry, Invitation to Combinatorial Topology offers a stimulating initiation to important topological ideas.

This translation from the original French does full justice to the text's coherent presentation as well as to its rich historical : Dover Publications.For the combinatorial topology, Donald Blackett’s Elementary Topology is a stan-dard reference.

More useful is Frechet and Fan’s lovely little book An Initiation to Combinatorial Topology. Many books on recreational mathematics deal with this material in a non-technical way: .