Invitations to Geometry and Topology by Martin R. Bridson

Invitations to Geometry and Topology

EditorMartin R. Bridson, Simon M. Salamon

Hardcover | October 15, 2002

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This volume presents an array of topics that introduce the reader to key ideas in active areas in geometry and topology. The material is presented in a way that both graduate students and researchers should find accessible and enticing. The topics covered range from Morse theory and complex geometry theory to geometric group theory, and are accompanied by exercises that are designed to deepen the reader's understanding and to guide them in exciting directions for future investigation.The editors, M.R. Bridson and S.M. Salamon, have each written an article and are accompanied by A.J. Berrick; M.C. Crabb and A.J.B Potter; M. Eastwood and J. Sawon; M.A. Guest; N.J. Hitchin and J.Seade.

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Martin R. Bridson is at Imperial College, London. Simon M. Salamon is a Professor of Geometry, Politecnico di Torino.
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Title:Invitations to Geometry and TopologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:338 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.94 inPublished:October 15, 2002Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0198507720

ISBN - 13:9780198507727

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Table of Contents

Introduction1. A.J. Berrick: A topologist's view of perfect and acyclic groups2. M.R. Bridson: The geometry of the word problem3. M.C. Crabb and A.J.B Potter: The Fuller Index4. M. Eastwood and J. Sawon: The Borel-Weil Theorem for Complex Projective Space5. M.A. Guest: Morse Theory in the 1990s6. N.J. Hitchin: The Dirac Operator7. S.M. Salamon: Hermitian Geometry8. J. Seade: Indices of vector fields and Chern classes for singualr varietiesList of Research papers by Brian SteerIndex