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balanced view of topology with a geometric emphasis to the student who will . Munkres [24]. For algebraic topology, we recommend Hatcher [13] and Bredon [5] . Solutions Manual with solutions to the exercises in the book in terms of a PDF. Topology and Geometry (Graduate Texts in Mathematics) Author: Glen E. Bredon Measure, Topology, and Fractal Geometry (Undergraduate Texts in. from book Topology and Geometry (pp) Request Full-text Paper PDF. Citations (16). References (0) Topological structures are based on (Bredon, ; Munkres, ; Willard, ; Samsonovich,, ; Klüver, ).

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Bredon, Glen E. Topology & geometry/Glen E. Bredon. p. cm.-(Graduate texts in mathematics; ) lncludes bibliographical references and indexes. K.A. Ribet. A7 MOISE. Geometric Topology in Dimensions 2 and 3. i. \onrrtrued afrer mdex. Glen E. Bredon. Topology and Geometry. With 85 Illustrations. Springer-Verlag. Mathematics Geometry & Topology Authors: Bredon, Glen E. DRM-free; Included format: PDF; ebooks can be used on all reading devices; Immediate eBook.

By using our site, you acknowledge that you have read and understand our Cookie Policy , Privacy Policy , and our Terms of Service. I intend to try working through Bredon's seminal sheaf theory text prior to graduating I am currently a second year undergraduate , but it is at a level which is far beyond my own friends of mine who study algebraic topology have gone until their second and third years as graduate students before touching it. However, I am interested in algebraic geometry though the material treated in Bredon's text is certainly of relative interest to me and find Bredon's "Topology and Geometry" to be a superb treatment of the algebro-topological tools which may have some utility in my future studies Bredon takes a more geometric approach. Is there another text which might be a better 'crash course' on algebraic topology for someone at my level a bit of algebra, analysis, and point-set topology, with a good deal of category theory , or am I on the right track with Bredon's text? Firstly, as you say you are interested in algebraic geometry, Bredon's book may be a slightly unfortunate choice. No offence to this great book, but it is extreeeeeeeeeeeemely technical and certainly written for people who want to know all the possible subtleties of sheaves on topological spaces e.

You're supposed to read it after chapter six which might be a little bit of an overkill but if you're not too much into abstract nonsense you can substitute 'sheaves' or 'modules' whenever he speaks of objects in an abelian category. By clicking "Post Your Answer", you agree to our terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Ask Question.

All the fancy abstract machinery is much more meaningful, if you have first tried to do things without it. Also, I have seen too many precocious students try to answer relatively simple questions using too much machinery.

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Learning something as dry as sheaf theory before encountering a real need for it in alg. Retention will be negligible. Sheaf theory is a powerful body of techniques for solving certain kinds of problems, but this stuff is best understood only in the service of an application e.

Anyway, Godement's sheaf theory book in French is better than Bredon's.

I have the basic results of point-set topology and analytic geometry in my ken, so to speak. There are plenty of books that aim to teach you complex differential or algebraic geometry, where just enough sheaf theory is introduced as needed. If you have not already learned everything in the context of Riemann surfaces, that's a really nice easy place to start. Also, if you have not read Bott-Tu which really is a graduate text , I suggest studying that before Bredon.

And I have no idea why-he seems to be doing everything right!

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Have fun! Sheaves rock!

Is that just a too easy and elementary place to start for serious algebraic geometers? I wouldn't say that the notion of a sheaf is very difficult certainly not more so than the notion of a real number.

But the thing is, it is different from what is usually included in the standard school and undergraduate curriculum.

So the examples one starts with should play a psychological role as well - they should help convince the mind that sheaves are useful. Where these examples come from analysis, algebraic geometry, topology doesn't really matter as long as they ring the bell.

It's never explained that sheaves are a formalization and abstraction of what you're doing when you glue continuous maps along an open set in topology. He makes it seem a lot harder than it actually is, and I suspect that many people first encounter sheaf theory through Hartshorne.

That is, they are informative and non-intimidating to the relative beginner, and something can be gleaned from them something profound, in fact with relatively few prerequisites.

That you suggest all three exhibits very good taste in mathematical literature on your part, methinks: Then again,it's easier then plowing through MacLane and Adult Bredon. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. Sign up using Facebook. Sign up using Email and Password.

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