1993 Joint Mathematics Meetings, Program by Special Session
Joint Mathematics Meetings Program by Special Session
Current as of Tuesday, April 12, 2005 15:09:02
1993 Joint Mathematics Meetings
San Antonio, TX, January 13-16, 1993
W Wistar Comfort, AMS email@example.com
Kenneth A Ross, MAA firstname.lastname@example.org
AMS Special Session on History of General Topology
Friday January 15, 1993, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS Special Session on History of General Topology, I
Toward an outline history of general topology.
C. E. Aull*, Virginia Polytech Institute & State University
Maurice Frechet and abstract general topology.
Angus E. Taylor*, University of California, Berkeley
Dilemma in topolgy (and in science): Bizarre vs. common.
Andrew Lelek*, University of Houston
The Alexandroff-Sorgenfrey line.
Douglas E. Cameron*, Clemson University
The history of some famous counterexamples in topology.
Stephen Watson*, York University,
Counterexamples in topology.
George M. Reed*, University of Oxford, England
Friday January 15, 1993, 1:00 p.m.-3:50 p.m.
AMS Special Session on History of General Topology, II
Observations on topologies of the 1940's.
A. H. Stone*, Northeastern University
Witold Hurewicz and dimension theory.
K. Kuperberg*, Auburn University, Auburn
The work and influence of R. L. Moore.
Ben Fitzpatrick, Jr.*, Incarnate Word College
Bing's general topology.
Michael Starbird*, University of Texas, Austin
The early work of F. B. Jones.
Mary Ellen Rudin*, University of Wisconsin, Madison
The history of the normal Moore space problem.
Peter J. Nyikos*, University of South Carolina, Columbia
Saturday January 16, 1993, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS Special Session on History of General Topology, III
History of topological groups.
Dmitri B. Shakhmatov*, Miami University
Robert W. Heath*, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh
Generalized metric spaces.
Gary Gruenhage*, Auburn University, Auburn
Minimal spaces - Now and then.
Jack R. Porter*, University of Kansas
Robert M. Stephenson, Jr., University of South Carolina, Columbia
Rings of continuous functions in the 1950's.
Melvin Henriksen*, Harvey Mudd College
History of cardinal invariants.
A. V. Arhangel$'$skii*, Moscow University, Russia