By Cynthia Hog-Angeloni, Wolfgang Metzler, Allan J. Sieradski

The geometric and algebraic elements of two-dimensional homotopy thought are either very important components of present examine. uncomplicated paintings on two-dimensional homotopy concept dates again to Reidemeister and Whitehead. The participants to this e-book examine the present kingdom of analysis starting with introductory chapters on low-dimensional topology and overlaying crossmodules, Peiffer-Reid identities, and concretely discussing P2 idea. The chapters were skillfully woven jointly to shape a coherent photo, and the geometric nature of the topic is illustrated by way of over a hundred diagrams. the ultimate chapters around off smartly with a glance at this time prestige of the conjectures of Zeeman, Whitehead and Andrews-Curtis.

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There are positive constants and such that for the two norms and Conversely, there is exactly one topology that generates a finite-dimensional linear space to a metric linear space satisfying the separating property by Hausdorff. Let and be Banach-Minkowski spaces. is said to be isometric to if there is a mapping (called an isometry) which preserves the distances: for all in A well-known fact given by Mazur and Ulam says that each isometry mapping a Banach-Minkowski space onto another, such that it maps o on o, is a linear operator.

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