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Mathematics - Geometry & Topology | Inverse Limits - From Continua to Chaos (Reviews)

Inverse Limits

From Continua to Chaos

Series: Developments in Mathematics, Vol. 25

Ingram, W.T., Mahavier, William S.

2012, XVI, 220 p.

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“Inverse limits are an important tool to study some aspects of the theory of continua. They provide a powerful tool for constructing interesting and complicated examples. This book is an excellent introduction to this topic and it is also useful for researchers since it includes the new developments in this area. The spaces considered here are always continua. … The book finishes with a very complete bibliography that includes 591 items.” (Alejandro Illanes, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1234, 2012)

 

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