6 edition of Strong Shape and Homology found in the catalog.
January 7, 2000
Written in English
Springer Monographs in Mathematics
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|Number of Pages||489|
William P. Thurston The Geometry and Topology of Three-Manifolds Electronic version - March The intent is to describe the very strong connection between geometry and low- Note that the homology of the three-manifold is a very insensitive invariant. Homoplasy and Convergent Evolution; Streamlined body shape: The evidence that the development of echolocation in these two very divergent groups of mammals is due to convergent evolution is strong – no other mammals more closely related to either group has such an ability.
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Strong shape is a refinement of ordinary shape with distinct advantages over the latter. Strong homology generalizes Steenrod homology and is an invariant of strong shape. The book gives a detailed account based on approximation of spaces by polyhedra (ANRs) using the technique of inverse systems.
It is intended for researchers and graduate : Paperback. Strong shape is a refinement of ordinary shape with distinct advantages over the latter. Strong homology generalizes Steenrod homology and is an invariant of strong shape.
The book gives a detailed account based on approximation of spaces by polyhedra (ANRs) using the technique of inverse systems. It is intended for researchers and graduate : Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Strong shape is a refinement of ordinary shape with distinct advantages over the latter.
Strong homology generalizes Steenrod homology and is an invariant of strong shape. The book gives a detailed account based on approximation of spaces by polyhedra (ANRs) using the technique of inverse systems. It is intended for researchers and graduate students.
Shape theory, an extension of homotopy theory from the realm of CW-complexes to arbitrary spaces, was introduced by Borsuk 30 years ago and Mardesic contributed greatly to it. One expert says: "If we need a book in the field, this is it. It is thorough, careful and complete.". Strong shape is a refinement of ordinary shape with distinct advantages over the latter.
Strong homology generalizes Steenrod homology and is an invariant of Strong shape. The book gives a detailed account based on approximation of spaces by polyhedra (ANR's) using the technique of inverse systems.
It is intended for researchers and graduate students. Cite this chapter as: Mardešić S. () Selected results on strong shape. In: Strong Shape and Homology. Springer Monographs in Mathematics. Shape and Shape Theory D. Kendall Churchill College, University of Cambridge, UK D.
Barden Girton College, University of Cambridge, UK T. Carne King's College, University of Cambridge, UK H. Le University of Nottingham, UK The statistical theory of shape is a relatively new topic and is generating a great deal of interest and comment by statisticians, engineers and computer scientists.
In addition to a sequence of research papers, he published a book on strong shape and homology (Sibe Mardešić, Strong Shape and Homology, Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg-New York ISBN: ). Alongside with research, he devoted his efforts to teaching topology and encouraging research.
The homology of our first construction, the tangent complex, can distinguish between topologically identical shapes with different "sharp" features, such as corners. To capture "soft" curvature-dependent features, we define a second complex, the filtered tangent complex, obtained by parameterizing a family of increasing subcomplexes of the.
Books shelved as shapeshifter: Moon Called by Patricia Briggs, Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs, Magic Bites by Ilona Andrews, Slave to Sensation by Nalini. About the book: Shape theory, an extension of homotopy theory from the realm of CW-complexes to arbitrary spaces, was introduced by Borsuk 30 years ago and Mardesic contributed greatly to it.
One expert says: "If we need a book in the field, this is it. Given a model category C enriched over groupoids, we study and characterize the class of strongly fibered objects F (K) in terms of homotopy limits, with respect to a suitable subcategory K of also show that the strong shape category for the pair (C, K) turns out to be isomorphic to the usual shape category for the pair (C, F (K)).This applies, in particular, to topological shape and.
One of the consequences is the existence of a functor from the strong shape category of compact Hausdorff spaces X to the shape category of spaces, which maps X to the Cartesian product X×P. The book is comprised of contributions from leading experts in the field of geometric contributions are grouped into four sections: low dimensional manifolds, topology of manifolds, shape theory and infinite dimensional topology, and miscellaneous problems.
Homology was noticed by Aristotle (c. BC), and was explicitly analysed by Pierre Belon in his Book of Birds, where he systematically compared the skeletons of birds and pattern of similarity was interpreted as part of the static great chain of being through the mediaeval and early modern periods: it was not then seen as implying evolutionary change.
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While homology captures cycles in a shape by factoring out the boundary cycles, persistent homology allows for the retrieval of cycles that are non-boundary elements in a certain step of the ﬁltration and that will turn into boundaries in some subsequent step.
The persistence of a. Droughts thus favor birds with strong, wide beaks that can break these tougher seeds, producing populations of birds with these traits. The Grants have estimated that if droughts occur about once every 10 years on the islands, a new species of finch might arise in only about years.
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AN INTERVIEW WITH SIBE MARDESIC James Keesling, My shape theory book with Jack Segal has been well received. I have a new book on strong shape and Steenrod homology which is in preparation. I am hoping that it will be received as well as the shape theory book has.
I also like my work with L. Rubin and T. Watanabe on approximate inverse systems. TOPOLOGICAL METHODS IN GROUP THEORY by Ross Geoghegan This book is Volume of the Springer series Graduate Texts in Mathematics.
From the Introduction: "This is a book about the interplay between algebraic topology and the theory of infinite discrete groups. I .The pectoral girdle, consisting of the clavicle and the scapula, attaches each upper limb to the axial skeleton.
The clavicle is an anterior bone whose sternal end articulates with the manubrium of the sternum at the sternoclavicular joint. The sternal end is also .Algorithms for persistent homology and zigzag persistent homology are well-studied for homology modules where homomorphisms are induced by inclusion maps.
In this paper, we propose a practical algorithm for computing persistence under Z _2 coefficients for a sequence of general simplicial maps.