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Category Archives: Dendrite
Homotopically Reduced Paths (Part III)
In this last post about reduced paths, I’m going to work through the details of one of the most useful results in wild topology. Writing this post helped me work out my own way of proving this result and hopefully … Continue reading
Shape injectivity of the earring space (Part II)
This is the sequel to Shape injectivity of the earring space (Part I) We’re on our way to proving the canonical homomorphism from the earring group to the inverse limit of free groups is injective. Part I was mostly dedicated … Continue reading