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Topics in ordered topological spaces.

Sean Declan McCartan

Topics in ordered topological spaces.

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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1969.

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Topics include families of sets, mappings of one set into another, ordered sets, topological spaces, topological properties of metric spaces, mappings from one topological space into another, mappings of one vector space into another, convex sets and convex functions in the space R' and topological vector spaces. A set of notes from by Joyal and Tierney [NSHT] is a good exposition of the topics that it covers, namely, the elementary theory of simplicial sets, operations on them, Kan complexes, fibrations and cofibrations, and simplicial weak equivalences. A book by Goerss and Jardine [SHTgj] is the only.


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