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Introduction to the geometry of point sets.

James Johnston Stoker

Introduction to the geometry of point sets.

by James Johnston Stoker

Published by New York University, Institute of Mathematical Sciences in [New York] .
Written in English

Subjects:
• Set theory,
• Topology

• Edition Notes

Classifications The Physical Object Contributions Jordan, M., LC Classifications QA248 S76 Pagination [114 leaves] Number of Pages 114 Open Library OL18115909M

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