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By K Heiner Kamps, Timothy Porter

ISBN-10: 9810216025

ISBN-13: 9789810216023

Summary homotopy concept is predicated at the statement that analogues of a lot of topological homotopy idea and straightforward homotopy concept exist in lots of different different types, equivalent to areas over a hard and fast base, groupoids, chain complexes and module different types. learning express types of homotopy constitution, similar to cylinders and direction area buildings allows not just a unified improvement of many examples of identified homotopy theories, but additionally finds the interior operating of the classical spatial concept, in actual fact indicating the logical interdependence of homes (in specific the life of definite Kan fillers in linked cubical units) and effects (Puppe sequences, Vogt's lemma, Dold's Theorem on fibre homotopy equivalences, and homotopy coherence thought)

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31. Si z = 6eini3, calculer leiZ1. Rép. : e-3J3 rn 132. Montrer que quels que soient les nombres réels p et rn, e2miArCCotg 133. Si P ( z ) désigne u n polynôme quelconque à coefficients réels, de la variable z,montrer PT) =P ( 2 . 134. Si z l , z2 et z 3 sont colinéaires montrer qu'il existe des constantes réelles non toutes nulles az, + Pzz + y z 3 = O avec a +0 +y ci, 0, y telles que = 0. 136. Etant: donné deux nombres complexes non nuls z l et z 2 , montrer que l'on peut construire géométriquement à l'aide de la règle et d u compas seuls les expressions (a) z,z2, (b) z,/z,, ( c ) 2: -t z;, ( d ) z:/2, ( e ) z;/4.

B ) De 1 - i = fie7;ri/4+2kai, + t0 en utilisant les règles habituelles du calcul on tire Log (1 - i) = L o g f i f + 7 ~ i Log 2 - 2k7i. 4 1 Log 2+ 7ni obtenue en donnant à k la valeur O. La détermination principale est 2 4 14. Montrer que la fonction f (z) en z = 0. = Log z a un point de branchement On a Log z = Log r + i0. Alors après u n tour complet autour de l'origine dans le sens 2 n si bien que direct, on trouve en revenant en zl r = r l , 8 = O 1 2n). Nous sommes donc sur une autre branche de Log zl= Log rl 1(8 1 la fonction et donc z = O est un point de branchement.

Si A , B, C sont des ensembles de points quelconques démontrer que ( a ) A (c) A + ( B + C ) = ( A + B ) + C , ( d ) A ( B C ) , ( e ) A ( B + C) = A B + AC. 123. Si A , B, C désignent les ensembles définis par lz + il < 3, lzl < 5 , lz + 11 < 4, représenter graphiquement chacun des ensembles suivants : (a) A n B n C , ( b ) A u B u C , (4 A n B u C , (f) A E ~ B C + C A . ( d ) C ( A + B ) , (d) ( A u B ) n ( B u C ) , ( e ) A B r B C + C A , 124. Démontrer que le complémentaire d'un ensemble S est ouvert ou fermé selon que S est fermé ou ouvert.

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