**Metric and Topological Spaces**

by T. W. Körner

**Publisher**: University of Cambridge 2014**Number of pages**: 109

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Contents: Preface; What is a metric?; Examples of metric spaces; Continuity and open sets for metric spaces; Closed sets for metric spaces; Topological spaces; Interior and closure; More on topological structures; Hausdorff spaces; Compactness; Products of compact spaces; Compactness in metric spaces; Connectedness; The language of neighbourhoods; Final remarks and books.

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