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Itive concepts of set theory the words class, set and belong to. These will be the only primitive concepts in our system.
The "textbook" will not actually be followed closely. Kaplansky's little book is a very nicely written "classic" and is a useful supplement to some of what we'll cover. Compared to most math books, it's quite cheap. The textbook will function primarily as supplementary reading. I will distribute textbook-like notes corresponding to the lectures each week. The notes will also be posted here as pdf files. In Math , we will cover roughly the material corresponding to Chapters 1,4,5 and 6 in Kaplansky's book, as well as parts of Chapter 2.
There will be a lot of additional material covered in class as well. More substantial work in general topology comes in Math Usually these will be distributed in class and be due in class three lectures later.
Some of the homework problems are fairly routine, but many are quite challenging. Most homework problems will be read by a grader. However, about 6 times during the semester, I will select a problem from your most recent homework after it's handed in and grade that problem myself. Your total accumulated score on the homework problems I grade will count as " Exam 4 ". Your accumulated score on the remaining homework problems will count as your homework score.
However, homework assignments are an essential part of the course. If a student neglects these, the course grade may be dramatically lowered regardless of test scores at my discretion.
I will not have a scale for converting numeric scores into letter grades until the end of the semester. It is understood that on any take-home work tests or homework a student may consult class notes, the text, or any other references—provided the other references are explicitly documented. Generally speaking, you should avoid trying to "find" solutions to problems elsewhere. Any solutions taken from other sources without documentation will result in a grade of 0 for the test or assignment and might be cause for referral to the Academic Integrity Committee.
If you have questions about what is appropriate, please ask me. Students are encouraged to discuss homework assignments with each other; you should share questions and ideas.
It is a powerful way to learn the concepts. One handy way to avoid "borrowing too much" from sessions with others is to talk together but not take any written notes away from the conversation.
Suspicious similarities between solution sets may be noted by the grader and may result in a grade of 0 for the homework. The following web pages may be give some interesting historical sidelights on the material. Topology Enters Mathematics. The "Kuratowski 14 Problem". Bibliography The following is a brief bibliography you may find useful. The first two books are probably more helpful for Math than the others, which are more suited to Math I have requested that all of the books be placed on reserve at the MathLibrary in the basement of Cupples I.
Announcements, Homework, etc. Notes for November 16 and November 21 lectures If you have a copy of the Kaplansky textbook, you should read if you haven't Chapter 1 omitting Section 1. You can read the rest of Chapter 2 if you like. But it coveres and uses Zorn's Lemma -- an important too but one which I won't discuss until later. With Zorn's Lemma, some of the results about cardinal arithmetic that for now I omitted can be proven.
Chapter 4 and Chapter 5 For all lectures, you should have read through all the notes handed out in the preceding class. Make a note to yourself about anything you don't understand, particularly for the part of those notes that I have already covered in a lecture. Homework 1 Homework 1 Solutions.
Homework 2 Homework 2 Solutions. Homework 3 Homework 3 Solutions. Homework 4 Homework 4 Solutions. Homework 5 Homework 5 Solutions. Homework 6 Homework 6 Solutions. Homework 7 Homework 7 Solutions. Homework 8 Homework 8 Solutions.
Set Theory and Metric Spaces
Mathematics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields. It only takes a minute to sign up. I want to do a survey of textbooks in set theory. Amazon returns books for the keywords "set theory". A small somewhat random selection with number of references in Google scholar is the following. I'm only interested in text-books, which as a format already provide a kind of standardization. Note: Please feel free to add textbooks to the list, as long as they are not just on a smaller subset of set theory.
This book is based on notes from a course on set theory and metric spaces taught by Edwin Spanier, and also incorporates with his permission numerous exercises from those notes. The volume includes an Appendix that helps bridge the gap between metricMoreThis book is based on notes from a course on set theory and metric spaces taught by Edwin Spanier, and also incorporates with his permission numerous exercises from those notes. The volume includes an Appendix that helps bridge the gap between metric and topological spaces, a Selected Bibliography, and an Index. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, Manuel bibliographique des sciences psychiques ou occultes 3 Vols.
Irving Kaplansky. Set Theory and Metric Spaces (AMS Chelsea Publishing) Irving Kaplansky. This book is based on notes from a course on set theory and metric spaces taught by Edwin Spanier, and also ebook PDF download. Set Theory.
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Metrics details. In this paper we introduce algebraic cone metric spaces, prove some fixed point theorems of contractive mappings on algebraic cone metric spaces, and improve some well-known results in the non-normal case. There exist a number of generalizations of metric spaces. One of them is the cone metric space initiated by Huang and Zhang [ 1 ].
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This book is based on notes from a course on set theory and metric spaces taught by Edwin Spanier, and also incorporates with his permission numerous exercises from those notes. The volume includes an Appendix that helps bridge the gap between metric and topological spaces, a Selected Bibliography, and an Index. There are many informal comments scattered between the formal development of theorems and these are done in a light and pleasant style. There is a complete proof of the equivalence of the axiom of choice, Zorn's Lemma, and well-ordering, as well as a discussion of the use of these concepts. There is also an interesting discussion of the continuum problem
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