General Topology: (Mathematical Expositions No. 7)

By Waclaw Sierpinski, translated by C. Cecilia Krieger

© 1952

Professor Kreiger's translation of Sierpinski's earlier work on point-set topology was speedily recognized as the outstanding work on the subject in English. The present volume is not just a revision of the previous one but a translation of an entirely new book which differs vastly in arrangement, outlook, and presentation; one of its most notable features is the addition of a large number of worked and unworked examples. Professor Kreiger is Associate Professor of Mathematics at University of Toronto.

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The present volume is not just a revision of the previous one but a translation of an entirely new book which differs vastly in arrangement, outlook, and presentation; one of its most notable features is the addition of a large number of worked and unworked examples.

General Topology: (Mathematical Expositions No. 7)

By Waclaw Sierpinski, translated by C. Cecilia Krieger

© 1952

Professor Kreiger's translation of Sierpinski's earlier work on point-set topology was speedily recognized as the outstanding work on the subject in English. The present volume is not just a revision of the previous one but a translation of an entirely new book which differs vastly in arrangement, outlook, and presentation; one of its most notable features is the addition of a large number of worked and unworked examples. Professor Kreiger is Associate Professor of Mathematics at University of Toronto.

Product Details

  • Series: Heritage
  • World Rights
  • Page Count: 304 pages
  • Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
  • Author Information

    WACLA W. SIERPINSKI is Professor of Mathematics at the University of Warsaw, Member of the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, and Corresponding Member of the Institute of France.

    C. CECILIA KRIEGER is Associate Professor in Mathematics at the University of Toronto.