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Modern Algebraic Topology by D. G. Bourgin

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Modern Algebraic Topology
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Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN/ASIN: B0006AYEAQ
Number of pages: 544

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Contents: Preliminary algebraic background; Chain relationships; Fundamentals of the absolute homology groups and basic examples; Relative omology modules; Manifolds and fixed cells; Omology exact sequences; Simplicial methods and inverse and direct limits; Gratings; Fundamental omology relations and applications; Homological algebra; Uniqueness proofs and fixed point indices; etc.

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