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Introduction to Topology

  1. Adler, Irving, A New Look at Geometry, NY, The John Day Company `66
  2. Arnold, B. H., Intuitive Concepts in Elementary Topology, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice Hall, Inc. `63
  3. Barr, Stephen, Experiments in Topology, Cromwell Co. `64
  4. Bergamini, Mathematics, Time Inc, NY, `63
  5. Chinn, W. G., & Steenrod, N. E., First Concepts of Topology, Random House Inc., NY `66
  6. Griffiths, H. B., Surfaces, Cambridge University Press, London `76
  7. Henle, Michael, A Combinatorial Introduction to Topology, San Francisco, W.H. Freeman and Co. `79
  8. Johnson, Donovan, Topology the Rubber Sheet Geometry, QA611.T6
  9. Kolata, Gina, Topologies Startled by New Results, Science July 30, 1982, pp 432-433
  10. Lietzmann, Visual Topology, QA611.L562
  11. Long, Paul E., An Introduction to General Topology, Charles E. Merrill Publishing Co., Columbus, OH `71
  12. Mansfield, Maynard, Introduction to Topology, D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., Princeton, NJ `63
  13. Prasolov, V.V., Intuitive Topology, AMS (personal copy)
  14. Smart, James R., Modern Geometries, Brooks Cole Publishing Co. `78
  15. Steen, Lynn Arthur, Twisting and Turning in Space, Science News July 17, 1982, pp 42-44
  16. Struble, Mitch, Stretching A Point, Philadelphia, Westminister Press `71
  17. Tucker & Bailey, Topology, Mathematics In the Modern World
  18. Wrinkles in Four Dimension, Scientific American, Oct `82, pp 80-82



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