Listed in: Mathematics and Statistics, as MATH-455
Formerly listed as: MATH-44
Michael C. Ching (Section 01)
An introduction to general topology: the topology of Euclidean, metric and abstract spaces, with emphasis on such notions as continuous mappings, compactness, connectedness, completeness, separable spaces, separation axioms, and metrizable spaces. Additional topics may be selected to illustrate applications of topology in analysis or to introduce the student briefly to algebraic topology. Four class hours per week. Offered in alternate years.
Requisite: MATH 355. Spring semester. The Department.