**Analysis situs** — may refer to: * Analysis Situs (book), a work on topology by Henri Poincaré *Analysis situs, an obsolete synonym for topology … Wikipedia

**Analysis situs** — Sommaire 1 L Analysis Situs 2 Antécédents de l Analysis Situs 3 La conception de Leibniz 4 Histoire de l Analysis Situs … Wikipédia en Français

**analysis situs** — noun the branch of pure mathematics that deals only with the properties of a figure X that hold for every figure into which X can be transformed with a one to one correspondence that is continuous in both directions • Syn: ↑topology • Topics:… … Useful english dictionary

**analysis situs** — Math. Now Rare. topology (defs. 1, 2). [1905 10] * * * … Universalium

**Analysis Situs (book)** — Analysis Situs is an influential mathematical paper (and a series of addenda) written by Henri Poincaré. Besides providing the first systematic treatment of topology, Poincaré revolutionized the subject by using algebraic structures to… … Wikipedia

**Situs ambiguus** — Situs ambiguous or situs ambiguus (the latter spelling is more correct etymologically, but the former spelling is very common), also known as heterotaxy, is a rare congenital defect in which the major visceral organs are distributed abnormally… … Wikipedia

**List of important publications in mathematics** — One of the oldest surviving fragments of Euclid s Elements, found at Oxyrhynchus and dated to circa AD 100. The diagram accompanies Book II, Proposition 5.[1] This is a list of important publications in mathematics, organized by field. Some… … Wikipedia

**Пуанкаре, Анри** — Анри Пуанкаре Henri Poincaré Дата рождения: 29 апреля 1854(1854 04 29) Место рождения: Нанси … Википедия

**History of manifolds and varieties** — The study of manifolds combines many important areas of mathematics: it generalizes concepts such as curves and surfaces as well as ideas from linear algebra and topology. Certain special classes of manifolds also have additional algebraic… … Wikipedia

**topology** — topologic /top euh loj ik/, topological, adj. topologically, adv. topologist, n. /teuh pol euh jee/, n., pl. topologies for 3. Math. 1. the study of those properties of geometric forms that remain invariant under c … Universalium