|Module lecturer||prof. dr hab. Jerzy Kąkol|
|Faculty||Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science|
General topology with the introduction to the theory of homotopy is an essential part of mathematics, necessary to continue the studies in several areas of mathematics, for example analysis, functional analysis, theory of measures and probability. The aim is to provide the basic concepts, fundamental theorems and applications to analysis.
Module aim (aims)
Fundamental theorems and applications to analysis.
Pre-requisites in terms of knowledge, skills and social competences (where relevant)
Basics of analysics and elementary set theory.
Week1. The concepts of topology and fundamental facts, examples. Week 2. Compact and connected spaces. Week 3. Tichonoff theorem and applications. Week 4. The Stone-Cech compactification I. Week 5 . The Stone-Cech compactification II. Week 6. Axioms of separation. Week 7. Urysohn's theorem, applications. Week 8. Tietze, Dugungji extension theorems. Week 9. Locally compact spaces, Alexandrov's theorem, Tichonoff spaces. Week 10. Topology of spaces C_c(X) and C_p(X). Week 11. Ascoli theorem, Stone-Weierstrass theorem. Week 12. Nagata theorem about spaces C_p(X). Week 13. Homotopy, homotopic maps. Week 14. Contractible spaces. Week 15. The fundamental group.
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