Topology from the differentiable viewpoint

@inproceedings{Milnor1965TopologyFT,
  title={Topology from the differentiable viewpoint},
  author={J. Milnor},
  year={1965}
}
Preface1Smooth manifolds and smooth maps1Tangent spaces and derivatives2Regular values7The fundamental theorem of algebra82The theorem of Sard and Brown10Manifolds with boundary12The Brouwer fixed point theorem133Proof of Sard's theorem164The degree modulo 2 of a mapping20Smooth homotopy and smooth isotopy205Oriented manifolds26The Brouwer degree276Vector fields and the Euler number327Framed cobordism the Pontryagin construction42The Hopf theorem508Exercises52AppClassifying 1… Expand
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