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Ends of Complexes by Bruce Hughes, Andrew Ranicki

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Ends of Complexes
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0521055199
ISBN-13: 9780521055192
Number of pages: 375

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The book gathers together the main strands of the theory of ends of manifolds from the last thirty years and presents a unified and coherent treatment of them. It also contains authoritative expositions of certain topics in topology such as mapping tori and telescopes, often omitted from textbooks. It is thus simultaneously a research monograph and a useful reference.

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