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Discover a unique and modern treatment of topology employing across-disciplinary approach Implemented recently to understand diverse topics, such as cellbiology, superconductors, and robot motion, topology has beentransformed from a theoretical field that highlights mathematicaltheory to a subject that plays a growing role in nearly all fieldsof scientific investigation. Moving from the concrete to theabstract, Topology and Its Applications displays both the beautyand utility of topology, first presenting the essentials oftopology followed by its emerging role within the new frontiers…mehr
Discover a unique and modern treatment of topology employing across-disciplinary approach Implemented recently to understand diverse topics, such as cellbiology, superconductors, and robot motion, topology has beentransformed from a theoretical field that highlights mathematicaltheory to a subject that plays a growing role in nearly all fieldsof scientific investigation. Moving from the concrete to theabstract, Topology and Its Applications displays both the beautyand utility of topology, first presenting the essentials oftopology followed by its emerging role within the new frontiers inresearch. Filling a gap between the teaching of topology and its modernuses in real-world phenomena, Topology and Its Applications isorganized around the mathematical theory of topology, a frameworkof rigorous theorems, and clear, elegant proofs. This book is the first of its kind to present applications incomputer graphics, economics, dynamical systems, condensed matterphysics, biology, robotics, chemistry, cosmology, material science,computational topology, and population modeling, as well as otherareas of science and engineering. Many of these applications arepresented in optional sections, allowing an instructor to customizethe presentation. The author presents a diversity of topological areas, includingpoint-set topology, geometric topology, differential topology, andalgebraic/combinatorial topology. Topics within these areasinclude: * Open sets * Compactness * Homotopy * Surface classification * Index theory on surfaces * Manifolds and complexes * Topological groups * The fundamental group and homology Special "core intuition" segments throughout the book brieflyexplain the basic intuition essential to understanding severaltopics. A generous number of figures and examples, many of whichcome from applications such as liquid crystals, space probe data,and computer graphics, are all available from the publisher's Website.
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WILLIAM F. BASENER , PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, New York. He received his PhD in mathematics in 2001 from Boston University. His research interests include dynamical systems, differential equations, applied topology, economics, and the topology of manifolds. Dr. Basener is the recipient of numerous teaching awards.
Preface. Introduction. I. 1 Preliminaries. 1.2 Cardinality. 1. Continuity. 1. 1 Continuity and Open Sets in R^n. 1.2 Continuity and Open Sets in Topological Spaces. 1.3 Metric, Product, and Quotient Topologies. 1.4 Subsets of Topological Spaces. 1.5 Continuous Functions and Topological Equivalence. 1.6 Surfaces. 1.7 Application: Chaos in Dynamical Systems. 1.7.1 History of Chaos. 1.7.2 A Simple Example. 1.7.3 Notions of Chaos. 2. Compactness and Connectedness. 2.1 Closed Bounded Subsets of R. 2.2 Compact Spaces. 2.3 Identification Spaces and Compactness. 2.4 Connectedness and path connectedness. 2.5 Cantor Sets. 2.6 Application: Compact Sets in Population Dynamics and Fractals. 3. Manifolds and Complexes. 3.1 Manifolds. 3.2 Triangulations. 3.3 Classification of Surfaces. 3.3.1 Gluing Disks. 3.3.2 Planar Models. 3.3.3 Classification of Surfaces. 3.4 Euler Characteristic. 3.5 Topological Groups. 3.6 Group Actions and Orbit Spaces. 3.6.1 Flows on Tori. 3.7 Applications. 3.7.1 Robotic Coordination and Configuration Spaces. 3.7.2 Geometry of Manifolds. 3.7.3 The Topology of the Universe. 4. Homotopy and the Winding Number. 4.1 Homotopy and Paths. 4.2 The Winding Number. 4.3 Degrees of Maps. 4.4 The Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem. 4.5 The Borsuk Ulam Theorem. 4.6 Vector Fields and the Poincare' Index Theorem. 4.7 Applications I. 4.7.1 The Fundamental Theorem of Algebra. 4.7.2 Sandwiches. 4.7.3 Game Theory and Nash Equilibria. 4.8 Applications 1I: Calculus. 4.8.1 Vector Fields, Path Integrals, and the Winding Number. 4.8.2 Vector Fields on Surfaces. 4.8.3 1ndex Theory for n Symmetry Fields. 4.9 Index Theory in Computer Graphics. 5. Fundamental Group. 5. I Definition and Basic Properties. 5.2 Homotopy Equivalence and Retracts. 5.3 The Fundamental Group of Spheres and Tori. 5.4 The Seifert van Kampen Theorem. 5.4.1 Flowers and Surfaces. 5.4.2 The Seifert van Kampen Theorem. 5.5 Covering spaces. 5.6 Group Actions and Deck Transformations. 5.7 Applications. 5.7.1 Order and Emergent Patterns in Condensed Matter Physics. 6. Homology. 6.1 A complexes. 6.2 Chains and Boundaries. 6.3 Examples and Computations. 6.4 Singular Homology. 6.5 Homotopy Invariance. 6.6 Brouwer Fixed Point Theorem for D^n. 6.7 Homology and the Fundamental Group. 6.8 Betti Numbers and the Euler Characteristic. 6.9 Computational Homology. 6.9.1 Computing Betti Numbers. 6.9.2 Building a Filtration. 6.9.3 Persistent Homology. Appendix A: Knot Theory. Appendix B: Groups. Appendix C: Perspectives in Topology. C.1 Point Set Topology. C.2 Geometric Topology. C.3 Algebraic Topology. C.4 Combinatorial Topology. C.5 Differential Topology. References. Bibliography. Index.
"...helpful to a beginning student, especially one who is interested in the connections between topology and the world of applications." (Mathematical Reviews, 2007k)
"...a welcome addition to what is now a long list of good undergraduate topology books." (CHOICE, August 2007)
"..a celebration of topology and its many applications. I enjoyed reading it and believe that it would be an interesting textbook from which to learn." (MAA Reviews, January 12, 2007)
"..a celebration of topology and its many applications. I enjoyed reading it and believe that it would be an interesting textbook from which to learn." ( MAA Reviews , January 12, 2007)
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