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Set Theory and Topology: An Introduction to the Foundations of Analysis

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Set Theory and Topology: An Introduction to the Foundations of Analysis
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Publisher: arXiv
Number of pages: 160

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We provide a formal introduction into the classic theorems of general topology and its axiomatic foundations in set theory. Starting from ZFC, the exposition in this first part includes relation and order theory as well as a construction of number systems.

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