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    Miroslav Katetov,Petr Simon
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The book also contains a concise biography borrowed with minor changes from the book Topological papers of E. tech, a list of Cech's publications and a very brief note on his activity in the didactics of mathematics

The book also contains a concise biography borrowed with minor changes from the book Topological papers of E. tech, a list of Cech's publications and a very brief note on his activity in the didactics of mathematics.

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The work of Professor Eduard Cech had a si~ificant influence on the development of algebraic and general topology and differential geometry. This book, which appears on the occasion of the centenary of Cech's birth, contains some of his most important papers and traces the subsequent trends emerging from his ideas.

Start by marking The Mathematical Legacy of Eduard Cech as Want to Read . This work commemorates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Eduard Cech (1893-1960), the man who, together with G. Fubini, founded modern projective differential geometry

Start by marking The Mathematical Legacy of Eduard Cech as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Fubini, founded modern projective differential geometry. In the field of general topology he proved (concurrently with, but independently from, . Stone) the existence of a maximal compactification and introduced for a fairly general class of topological sp This work commemorates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Eduard Cech (1893-1960), the man who, together with G.

Katetov Miroslav, Simon Petr. The work of Professor Eduard Cech had a si~ificant influence on the development of algebraic and general topology and differential geometry. The body of the book consists of four chapters devoted to algebraic topology, Cech-Stone compactification, dimension theory and differential geometry.

Miroslav Katětov and Petr Sim. Are you sure you want to remove The Mathematical legacy of Eduard Čech from your list? The Mathematical legacy of Eduard Čech. Published 1993 by Birkhäuser Verlag in Basel, Boston.

The Mathematical Legacy of Eduard Čech. The work of Professor Eduard Cech had a si~ificant influence on the development of algebraic and general topology and differential geometry

The Mathematical Legacy of Eduard Čech. This book, which appears on the occasion of the centenary of Cech's birth, contains some of his most important papers and traces the subsequent trends emerging from his ideas Cite. The Mathematical Legacy of Eduard Čech /. Article.

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This book commemorates the 100th anniversary of the birth of Eduard Cech (1893 - 1960), the man who, together with G. Fubini, founded modern projective differential geometry. In the field of general topology he proved (concurrently with M. H. Stone, but independently) the existence of a maximal compactification and introduced for a fairly general class of topological spaces two kinds of dimension, now frequently called the Brouwer-Cech and the Cech-Lebesgue dimension. In algebraic topology, he was one of the founders of the homology theory for arbitrary topological spaces.Compiled here are Cech's most important papers on topology and geometry, as well as a selection of works by Cech's followers. The influence he was to have on fellow and future mathematicians is manifest in these latter papers which develop theories originally put forth by Cech, and which obtain new results in the course of solving problems posed in Cech's papers.