**Topology Illustrated**

by Peter Saveliev

**Publisher**: Intelligent Perception 2014

**Description**:

The text follows the content of a fairly typical, two-semester, first course in topology. Some of the topics are: the shape of the universe, configuration spaces, digital image analysis, data analysis, social choice, and, of course, calculus. The text is appropriate for self-study.

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