**Lectures on Introduction to Algebraic Topology**

by G. de Rham

**Publisher**: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research 1969**ISBN/ASIN**: B0006CSS4C**Number of pages**: 71

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These are notes of a part of lectures which the author gave at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research in 1966. They were intended as a first introduction to algebraic Topology. Contents: Definition and general properties of the fundamental group; Free products of groups and their quotients; On calculation of fundamental groups; The group of a tame link given by a good plane projection; etc.

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