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 Title: Introduction to Topology
 Author(s) Renzo Cavalieri, et al.
 Publisher: Colorado State University
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 Language: English
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This introductory topology book requires only a knowledge of calculus and a general familiarity with set theory and logic. Equally approachable and rigorous, the book’s clear organization, worked examples, and concise writing style support a thorough understanding of basic topological principles.
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