## Syllabus

Concise lecture notes for the course
are available. Note that they **contain mistakes**.

## Exercise

(Exercises are taught in Czech)

At the end of each lectur you will receive a handout with exercise problems for the next week. Students wishing to pass the final exam will need to actively participate in the exercises (the bare minimum is to present a solution to one of the exercise problems). If this were a problem for someone (e.g. overlapping schedule, ...), the requirement can also be satisfied by submitting a solution to one set of problems in writing.

## References

Students registered for the lecture can download an electronic učebnici topologie. From the references below I heartily recommend R. Engelking. Unfortunately, the departmental library does not have him. The library of the Mathematical faculty (MFF UK) has a few copies as does the library of the Mathematical Institute (MÚ AVČR).

*R. Engelking*,**General Topology**, PWN Warszawa 1977*J. L. Kelley*,**General Topology**, D. Van Nostrand, New York 1957*E. Čech*,**Topological Spaces**, Academia, Praha 1966*O.Viro et al.*,**Elementary Topology (Textbook in Problems)***B. Balcar, P. Štěpánek*:**Teorie množin**, Academia 2000*K. Kunen*:**Set Theory**(An Introduction to Independence Proofs), North-Holland, 1980