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This is a book in pure mathematics dealing with homotopy theory, one of the main branches of algebraic topology. The principal topics are as follows: Basic Homotopy; H-spaces and co-H-spaces; fibrations and cofibrations; exact sequences of homotopy sets, actions, and coactions; homotopy pushouts and pullbacks; classical theorems, including those of Serre, Hurewicz, Blakers-Massey, and Whitehead; homotopy Sets; homotopy and homology decompositions of spaces and maps; and obstruction theory. The underlying theme of the entire book is the Eckmann-Hilton duality theory. The book can be used as a text for the second semester of an advanced ungraduate or graduate algebraic topology course. From the reviews: "Homotopy theory constitutes a branch of algebraic topology, a subject whose modus operandi, enshrined in its very name, consists of attaching algebraic objects to topological spaces for the sake of reducing topological problems to simpler algebraic ones. ... Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and above." (D. V. Feldman, Choice, Vol. 49 (7), March, 2012) "The book under review is an excellent addition to the beginning graduate level offerings in homotopy theory. A distinguishing feature is a thematic focus on Eckmann-Hilton duality. ... this book offers an attractive option for a course or self-study, fitting a niche between the introductory texts of Munkres, Massey and Thatcher and the comprehensive treatments of homotopy theory by Spanier and Whitehead." (Samuel B. Smith, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2012 f) "Arkowitz' Introduction to Homotopy Theory is presumably aimed at an audience of graduate students who have already been exposed to the basics of algebraic topology ... . Introduction to Homotopy Theory is presented in nine chapters, taking the reader from 'basic homotopy' to obstruction theory with a lot of marvelous material in between ... . Arkowitz' book is a valuable text and promises to figure prominently in the education of many young topologists." (Michael Berg, The Mathematical Association of America, October, 2011)1 Basic Homotopy.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Spaces, Maps, Products and Wedges.- 1.3 Homotopy I.- 1.4 Homotopy II.- 1.5 CW Complexes.- 1.6 Why Study Homotopy Theory?.- Exercises.- 2 H-Spaces and Co-H-Spaces.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2. H-Spaces and Co-H-Spaces.- 2.3 Loop Spaces and Suspensions.- 2.4 Homotopy Groups I.- 2.5 Moore Spaces and Eilenberg-Mac Lane Spaces.- 2.6 Eckmann-Hilton Duality I.- Exercises.- 3 Cofibrations and Fibrations.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Cofibrations.- 3.3 Fibrations.- 3.4 Examples of Fiber Bundles.- 3.5 Replacing a Map by a Cofiber or Fiber Map.- Exercises.- 4 Exact Sequences.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 The Coexact and Exact Sequence of a Map.- 4.3 Actions and Coactions.- 4.4 Operations.- 4.5 Homotopy Groups II.- Exercises.- 5 Applications of Exactness.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Universal Coefficient Theorems.- 5.3 Homotopical Cohomology Groups.- 5.4 Applications to Fiber and Cofiber Sequences.- 5.5 The Operation of the Fundamental Group.- 5.6 Calculation of Homotopy Groups.-Exercises.- 6 Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks I.- 6.3 Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks II.- 6.4 Theorems of Serre, Hurewicz and Blakers-Massey.- 6.5 Eckmann-Hilton Duality II.- Exercises.- 7 Homotopy and Homology Decompositions.- 7.1 Introduction.- 7.2 Homotopy Decompositions of Spaces.- 7.3 Homology Decompositions of Spaces.- 7.4 Homotopy and Homology Decompositions of Maps.- Exercises.- 8 Homotopy Sets.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 The Set [X, Y].- 8.3 Category.- 8.4 Loop and Group Structure in [X, Y].-Exercises.- 9 Obstruction Theory.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 Obstructions Using Homotopy Decompositions.- 9.3 Lifts and Extensions.- 9.4 Obstruction Miscellany.- Exercises.- A Point-Set Topology.- B The Fundamental Group.- C Homology and Cohomology.- D Homotopy Groups of the n-Sphere.- E Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks.- F Categories and Functors.- Hints to Some of the Exercises.- References.- Index.-


Szczegóły: Introduction to Homotopy Theory - Martin Arkowitz

Tytuł: Introduction to Homotopy Theory
Autor: Martin Arkowitz
Producent: Springer Verlag
ISBN: 9781441973283
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 357
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.55 kg


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Introduction to Homotopy Theory

This is a book in pure mathematics dealing with homotopy theory, one of the main branches of algebraic topology. The principal topics are as follows: Basic Homotopy; H-spaces and co-H-spaces; fibrations and cofibrations; exact sequences of homotopy sets, actions, and coactions; homotopy pushouts and pullbacks; classical theorems, including those of Serre, Hurewicz, Blakers-Massey, and Whitehead; homotopy Sets; homotopy and homology decompositions of spaces and maps; and obstruction theory. The underlying theme of the entire book is the Eckmann-Hilton duality theory. The book can be used as a text for the second semester of an advanced ungraduate or graduate algebraic topology course. From the reviews: "Homotopy theory constitutes a branch of algebraic topology, a subject whose modus operandi, enshrined in its very name, consists of attaching algebraic objects to topological spaces for the sake of reducing topological problems to simpler algebraic ones. ... Summing Up: Recommended. Upper-division undergraduates and above." (D. V. Feldman, Choice, Vol. 49 (7), March, 2012) "The book under review is an excellent addition to the beginning graduate level offerings in homotopy theory. A distinguishing feature is a thematic focus on Eckmann-Hilton duality. ... this book offers an attractive option for a course or self-study, fitting a niche between the introductory texts of Munkres, Massey and Thatcher and the comprehensive treatments of homotopy theory by Spanier and Whitehead." (Samuel B. Smith, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2012 f) "Arkowitz' Introduction to Homotopy Theory is presumably aimed at an audience of graduate students who have already been exposed to the basics of algebraic topology ... . Introduction to Homotopy Theory is presented in nine chapters, taking the reader from 'basic homotopy' to obstruction theory with a lot of marvelous material in between ... . Arkowitz' book is a valuable text and promises to figure prominently in the education of many young topologists." (Michael Berg, The Mathematical Association of America, October, 2011)1 Basic Homotopy.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 Spaces, Maps, Products and Wedges.- 1.3 Homotopy I.- 1.4 Homotopy II.- 1.5 CW Complexes.- 1.6 Why Study Homotopy Theory?.- Exercises.- 2 H-Spaces and Co-H-Spaces.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2. H-Spaces and Co-H-Spaces.- 2.3 Loop Spaces and Suspensions.- 2.4 Homotopy Groups I.- 2.5 Moore Spaces and Eilenberg-Mac Lane Spaces.- 2.6 Eckmann-Hilton Duality I.- Exercises.- 3 Cofibrations and Fibrations.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 Cofibrations.- 3.3 Fibrations.- 3.4 Examples of Fiber Bundles.- 3.5 Replacing a Map by a Cofiber or Fiber Map.- Exercises.- 4 Exact Sequences.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 The Coexact and Exact Sequence of a Map.- 4.3 Actions and Coactions.- 4.4 Operations.- 4.5 Homotopy Groups II.- Exercises.- 5 Applications of Exactness.- 5.1 Introduction.- 5.2 Universal Coefficient Theorems.- 5.3 Homotopical Cohomology Groups.- 5.4 Applications to Fiber and Cofiber Sequences.- 5.5 The Operation of the Fundamental Group.- 5.6 Calculation of Homotopy Groups.-Exercises.- 6 Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks.- 6.1 Introduction.- 6.2 Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks I.- 6.3 Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks II.- 6.4 Theorems of Serre, Hurewicz and Blakers-Massey.- 6.5 Eckmann-Hilton Duality II.- Exercises.- 7 Homotopy and Homology Decompositions.- 7.1 Introduction.- 7.2 Homotopy Decompositions of Spaces.- 7.3 Homology Decompositions of Spaces.- 7.4 Homotopy and Homology Decompositions of Maps.- Exercises.- 8 Homotopy Sets.- 8.1 Introduction.- 8.2 The Set [X, Y].- 8.3 Category.- 8.4 Loop and Group Structure in [X, Y].-Exercises.- 9 Obstruction Theory.- 9.1 Introduction.- 9.2 Obstructions Using Homotopy Decompositions.- 9.3 Lifts and Extensions.- 9.4 Obstruction Miscellany.- Exercises.- A Point-Set Topology.- B The Fundamental Group.- C Homology and Cohomology.- D Homotopy Groups of the n-Sphere.- E Homotopy Pushouts and Pullbacks.- F Categories and Functors.- Hints to Some of the Exercises.- References.- Index.-

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Szczegóły: Introduction to Homotopy Theory - Martin Arkowitz

Tytuł: Introduction to Homotopy Theory
Autor: Martin Arkowitz
Producent: Springer Verlag
ISBN: 9781441973283
Rok produkcji: 2011
Ilość stron: 357
Oprawa: Miękka
Waga: 0.55 kg


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