I really enjoy doing maths and it fills quite a lot of my spare time. I'm starting my first year in the university on october and I probably won't have that much time for independent reading once ...
I'd very much like to read "differential forms in algebraic topology". Apart from background in calculus and linear algbra I've thoroughly went through the first 5 chapters of Munkres. I'm thinking ...
Currently I'm self studying for my own enjoyment topology and algebra (munkres and herstein). Since I start at the university next year everything I'm learning now is for my own enjoyment and I will ...
I'm an undergraduate on somewhat of a time constraint in school. I have room in my remaining schedule for a semester of either Differential Geometry or Differential Topology. I understand the ...
What are the prerequisites to learning both or one of the items? Consider that one will have done some of the "core" classes like Differential Geometry, Real Analysis, Abstract Algebra and POint-Set ...
So I'm trying to finalize my schedule for this semester. I can't decide whether I should enroll in a grad level Differential Topology (Milnor) class or just the undergrad general topology one. The ...