# Mathematics -- Research

## Found in 127 Collections and/or Records:

### 1-dimensional sets that cannot be embedded in the plane, undated

The R. H. Bing papers consist of research and conference notes, correspondence, and publications linked to his research in Geometric Topology while a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the University of Texas at Austin. His research later produced figures reflecting his life’s works, such as the well known, “Dog Bone” model.

**Dates:**undated

### 3-Manifold Notes, used in topics in geometric topology, 1975 Fall

The R. H. Bing papers consist of research and conference notes, correspondence, and publications linked to his research in Geometric Topology while a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the University of Texas at Austin. His research later produced figures reflecting his life’s works, such as the well known, “Dog Bone” model.

**Dates:**1975 Fall

### “A Characterization of 3-Space by Partitionings,” Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, Vol. 70, No. 1, pp. 15-27, 1951 January

The R. H. Bing papers consist of research and conference notes, correspondence, and publications linked to his research in Geometric Topology while a professor of mathematics at the University of Wisconsin at Madison and the University of Texas at Austin. His research later produced figures reflecting his life’s works, such as the well known, “Dog Bone” model.

**Dates:**1951 January

### “A Complete Elementary Proof that Hilbert Space is Homeomorphic to the Countable Infinite Product of Lines,” with R.D. Anderson, 1967 - 1968

**Dates:**1967 - 1968

### “A Convex Metric for a Locally Connected Continuum", 1948

**Dates:**1948

### “A Decomposition of E³ into Points and Tame Arcs Such That the Decomposition Space is Topologically Different from E³,” Annals of Mathematics, Vol. 65, No.3, 1957 May

**Dates:**1957 May

### "A Homeomorphism Between the 3-Sphere and the Sum of Two Solid Horned Spheres,” Annals of Mathematics, Vol. 56, No. 2, 1952 September

**Dates:**1952 September

### “A Simple Closed Curve That Pierces No Disk,” Journal de Mathematiques, 1956

**Dates:**1956

### “A Toroidal Decomposition of E³,” with Steve Armentrout, Fundementa Mathematicae, LX, 1967

**Dates:**1967

### Advice for teachers and their students, undated

**Dates:**undated

### “An Alternative Proof That 3-Manifolds Can Be Triangulated,” Annals of Mathematics, Vol. 69, No. 1, 1959 January

**Dates:**1959 January

### An equi-continuous collection, undated

**Dates:**undated

### “An Introduction to Geometric Topology,” by J. Martin with selected proofs by students of M682CA, 1974 Fall

**Dates:**1974 Fall

### “An Unusual Map of a 3-Cell onto Itself", undated

**Dates:**undated

### “Approximating Surfaces with Polyhedral Ones,” Annals of Mathematics, Vol. 65, No. 3, 1957 May

**Dates:**1957 May

### Cellular maps are compact, undated

**Dates:**undated

### Chapter 1 of Topology of 3-Manifolds , circa 1983

**Dates:**circa 1983

### Chapter 2 of Topology of 3-Manifolds, circa 1983

**Dates:**circa 1983

### Chapter 3 of Topology of 3-Manifolds, circa 1983

**Dates:**circa 1983

### Chapter 4 of Topology of 3-Manifolds , circa 1983

**Dates:**circa 1983