Algebraic Topology from a Homotopical Viewpoint by Marcelo Aguilar,Samuel Gitler,Carlos Prieto,S.B. Sontz

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By Marcelo Aguilar,Samuel Gitler,Carlos Prieto,S.B. Sontz

The authors current introductory fabric in algebraic topology from a singular viewpoint in utilizing a homotopy-theoretic method. This rigorously written ebook might be learn via any pupil who understands a few topology, offering an invaluable strategy to quick examine this novel homotopy-theoretic viewpoint of algebraic topology.

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