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  • Author:
    Peter Giblin
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    0521154057
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    Cambridge University Press; 3 edition (September 20, 2010)
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    272 pages
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Giblin is an emeritus professor of mathematics at the University of Liverpool where he has served on staff for more than 40 years. His positions at Liverpool have included Head of Department (of mathematical sciences), and Head of Division (of pure mathematics). He is the author or co–author of eight published books, some of which have been translated into Russian. Giblin, P. J. (1977), Graphs, Surfaces and Homology, Chapman and Hall, ISBN 0-478994-7.

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viii homology groups. A weaker result, sufficient nevertheless for our purposes, is proved in Chapter 5, where the reader will also find some discussion of the need for a more powerful in variance theorem and a summary of the proof of such a theorem. Secondly the emphasis in this book is on low-dimensional examples the graphs and surfaces of the title since it is there that geometrical intuition has its roots.

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Giblin, P. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Abelian groups, Algebraic topology, Homology theory. London : Chapman and Hall ; New York : Wiley ; New York ; distributed in the . Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station09. cebu on June 27, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Terms of Service (last updated 12/31/2014).

Peter Giblin’s Graphs, Surfaces, and Homology is a particularly tantalizing member of the collection of introductory level texts on the subject of homology, its obvious distinguishing feature being that graphs are given prominent airplay from the outset

Peter Giblin’s Graphs, Surfaces, and Homology is a particularly tantalizing member of the collection of introductory level texts on the subject of homology, its obvious distinguishing feature being that graphs are given prominent airplay from the outset. Indeed, in view of what most homology texts looked like in those days, this was truly something of a departure from the norm

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Graphs, Surfaces and Homology book. Homology theory is a powerful algebraic tool that is at the.

Homology theory is a powerful algebraic tool that is at the centre of current research in topology and its applications. This accessible textbook will appeal to mathematics students interested in the application of algebra to geometrical problems, specifically the study of surfaces (sphere, torus, Mobius band, Klein bottle). In this introduction to simplicial homology - the most easily digested version of homology theory - the author studies interesting geometrical problems, such as the structure of two-dimensional surfaces and the embedding of graphs in surfaces, using the minimum of algebraic machinery and including a version of Lefschetz duality. Assuming very little mathematical knowledge, the book provides a complete account of the algebra needed (abelian groups and presentations), and the development of the material is always carefully explained with proofs given in full detail. Numerous examples and exercises are also included, making this an ideal text for undergraduate courses or for self-study.