Title, General Topology Undergraduate texts in mathematics. Author, Jacques Dixmier. Publisher, Springer, ISBN, , Undergraduate Texts in Mathematics Jacques Dixmier General Topology Springer- Verlag New York * Berlin * Heidelberg * Tokyo Undergraduate Texts in . The books of Dixmier and Jiinich were published earlier ( and , general topology that he needs for the homotopy theory part of the book. Thus.
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