**Differential Topology**

by Bjorn Ian Dundas

**Publisher**: Johns Hopkins University 2002**Number of pages**: 183

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This is an elementary text book for the civil engineering students with no prior background in point-set topology. This is a rather terse mathematical text, but provided with an abundant supply of examples and exercises with hints.

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