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By Lambert E. Feher, etc., A. Stipsicz

Those lectures introduce a few well known fields in topology. the subjects mentioned are interrelated with glossy physics and comprise works of 4 top researchers. the unique lectures offered on the convention at Budapest are enlarged with appendices to make those notes self-contained.

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