Posted by **insetes** at April 1, 2015

2012 | 274 Pages | ISBN: 3642295134 | PDF | 3 MB

Posted by **interes** at Jan. 10, 2017

English | 2012 | ISBN: 1447127293 | 393 pages | PDF | 3 MB

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Dec. 22, 2015

Published: 2002-06-13 | ISBN: 0387954503, 1441930051 | PDF | 479 pages | 3.02 MB

Posted by **BUGSY** at May 1, 2015

English | June 13, 2002 | ISBN: 0387954503 | 510 Pages | PDF | 24 MB

The authors present introductory material in algebraic topology from a novel point of view in using a homotopy-theoretic approach. This carefully written book can be read by any student who knows some topology, providing a useful method to quickly learn this novel homotopy-theoretic point of view of algebraic topology.

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Sept. 27, 2014

Springer; 2002 edition | June 13, 2002 | English | ISBN: 0387954503 | 510 pages | PDF | 24 MB

The authors present introductory material in algebraic topology from a novel point of view in using a homotopy-theoretic approach. This carefully written book can be read by any student who knows some topology, providing a useful method to quickly learn this novel homotopy-theoretic point of view of algebraic topology.

Posted by **DZ123** at July 25, 2013

English | 2002 | ISBN: 0387954503 | PDF | 479 pages | 24,9 mb

Posted by **ksveta6** at Oct. 5, 2015

2012 | ISBN: 1447127293 | English | 372 pages | EPUB | 4 MB

Posted by **libr** at Sept. 2, 2014

English | 2012 | ISBN: 1447127293 | 393 pages | PDF | 3 MB

At first sight, finitely generated abelian groups and canonical forms of matrices appear to have little in common. However, reduction to Smith normal form, named after its originator H.J.S.Smith in 1861, is a matrix version of the Euclidean algorithm and is exactly what the theory requires in both cases.

Posted by **interes** at Jan. 16, 2014

English | 2012 | ISBN: 1447127293 | 393 pages | PDF | 3 MB

At first sight, finitely generated abelian groups and canonical forms of matrices appear to have little in common. However, reduction to Smith normal form, named after its originator H.J.S.Smith in 1861, is a matrix version of the Euclidean algorithm and is exactly what the theory requires in both cases.

Posted by **nebulae** at Jan. 8, 2017

English | ISBN: 0821848399 | 2010 | 254 pages | PDF | 3 MB