By Andrew H. Wallace

ISBN-10: 0486462390

ISBN-13: 9780486462394

ISBN-10: 0805394826

ISBN-13: 9780805394825

This self-contained textual content is appropriate for complex undergraduate and graduate scholars and should be used both after or at the same time with classes generally topology and algebra. It surveys numerous algebraic invariants: the elemental crew, singular and Cech homology teams, and quite a few cohomology groups.

Proceeding from the view of topology as a sort of geometry, Wallace emphasizes geometrical motivations and interpretations. as soon as past the singular homology teams, in spite of the fact that, the writer advances an knowing of the subject's algebraic styles, leaving geometry apart as a way to research those styles as natural algebra. quite a few workouts seem through the textual content. as well as constructing scholars' pondering when it comes to algebraic topology, the routines additionally unify the textual content, considering that a lot of them characteristic effects that seem in later expositions. broad appendixes provide valuable experiences of heritage material.

Reprint of the W. A. Benjamin, Inc., big apple, 1970 version.

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A, with a and y Part (5). Take an element j in the image of a, say represented by a and y. Here a E Cp(X, Y), a = j1p(p), and dp j3 = iP-1y. Then i*y is represented by dp j3 and so i*y = 0. Thus the image of a is contained in the kernel of i,k. Part (6). Suppose j is in the kernel of i,k. Then j is represented by an element y E Cp _ 1(Y, Z) such that i i -1 y = d p j3 for some fl E CC(X, Z ). Write a = j1%B). It is easy to check that dpa = 0 and that a represents an element a such that a = aj. Hence the kernel of i,, is contained in the image of a.

Suppose that it is not possible to join any point of E1 to any point of E2 by a continuous path. Prove that, for singular chain groups over any coefficient group, Cp(E) " ' Cp(E1) O Cp(E2) for all p. Show that if, in the above decomposition, a e Cp(E) is expressed as al + a2 , al E Cp(E1), a2 E Cp(E2), then a e Zp(E) if and only if ai e Zp(Ei), i = 1, 2, and a e Bp(E) if and only if ai e Bp(Ei), i = 1, 2. 2-9. Prove that, with the conditions of Exercise 2-8, Hp(E) ^' Hp(E1) Q+ Hp(E2) and that the homomorphisms of Hp(E1) and Hp(E2) induced by the inclusion maps are isomorphisms.

Xp) where (f6)' is related to f6 as a' is related to a. The last expression is therefore P(fa) (Definition 1-30), so fl'Pa = P(fa) = Pf1 a I as was to be shown. The most important feature of the operator P is its behavior relative to the boundary operator d. First, however, a special case of the operation of P must be examined in which it acts on a singular simplex a = (uo ul up) defined by a linear map. Here P6 must be defined by using Definition 1-30. It is natural to ask whether P6 could also be given by a formula similar to that which defines P(xo x1 xp).

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