Fibrewise Homotopy Theory (Springer Monographs in Mathematics) Michael Charles Crabb

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Fibrewise Homotopy Theory (Springer Monographs in Mathematics)  by  Michael Charles Crabb

Fibrewise Homotopy Theory (Springer Monographs in Mathematics) by Michael Charles Crabb
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Topology occupies a central position in the mathematics of today. The concept of the fibre bundle provides an appropriate framework for studying differential geometry. There is a large amount of literature on this subject already, so this bookMoreTopology occupies a central position in the mathematics of today.

The concept of the fibre bundle provides an appropriate framework for studying differential geometry. There is a large amount of literature on this subject already, so this book fulfils its aim of being a research stimulant and develops theories such as homotopy, equivariant homotopy, fibrewise homotopy and much more. Part 2 does assume a certain familiarity with the basic ideas from Part 1, but is written in such a way that the reader interested mainly in stable theory should be able to begin with Part 2 and refer back to Part 1 as necessary.

Details on specific sections can be found in the introductions at the beginning of each part.



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