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Celebratio Mathematica

Michael Peter Starbird


Bibliography

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[2]M. Star­bird: “Ex­tend­ing maps from products,” pp. 559–​564 in Stud­ies in to­po­logy (Univ. North Car­o­lina, Char­lotte, 1974). Aca­dem­ic Press (New York), 1975. Ded­ic­ated to Math. Sect. of Pol­ish Acad. Sci. MR 0358676 Zbl 0309.​54014

[3]M. Star­bird: “The Bor­suk ho­mo­topy ex­ten­sion the­or­em without the binor­mal­ity con­di­tion,” Fund. Math. 87 : 3 (1975), pp. 207–​211. MR 0372810 Zbl 0314.​55010

[4]M. Star­bird: “Products with a com­pact factor,” Gen­er­al To­po­logy and Ap­pl. 6 : 3 (1976), pp. 297–​303. MR 0405338 Zbl 0325.​54003

[5]M. Star­bird: “A com­plex which can­not be pushed around in \( E^{3} \),” Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 63 : 2 (1977), pp. 363–​367. MR 0442945 Zbl 0375.​57006

[6]M. Star­bird: “Lin­ear iso­top­ies in \( E^{3} \),” Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 65 : 2 (1977), pp. 342–​346. MR 0454982 Zbl 0376.​57011

[7]M. Star­bird: “Flex­ible reg­u­lar neigh­bor­hoods for com­plexes in \( E^{3} \),” pp. 593–​619 in Pro­ceed­ings of the 1977 To­po­logy Con­fer­ence (Louisi­ana State Univ., Bat­on Rouge, 1977), published as To­po­logy Proc. 2 : 2 (1977). MR 540630

[8]M. E. Rud­in and M. Star­bird: “Some ex­amples of nor­mal Moore spaces,” Canad. J. Math. 29 : 1 (1977), pp. 84–​92. MR 0448311 Zbl 0341.​54038

[9]R. H. Bing and M. Star­bird: “Su­per tri­an­gu­la­tions,” Pa­cific J. Math. 74 : 2 (1978), pp. 307–​325. MR 0478170 Zbl 0384.​57005 article

[10]R. H. Bing and M. Star­bird: “Lin­ear iso­top­ies in \( E^2 \),” Trans. Am. Math. Soc. 237 (March 1978), pp. 205–​222. MR 0461510 Zbl 0397.​57018 article

[11]R. H. Bing and M. Star­bird: “A de­com­pos­i­tion of \( S^3 \) with a null se­quence of cel­lu­lar arcs,” pp. 3–​21 in Geo­met­ric to­po­logy (Athens, GA, 1–12 Au­gust 1977). Edi­ted by J. C. Cantrell. Aca­dem­ic Press (New York), 1979. MR 537722 Zbl 0479.​57004 incollection

[12]M. Star­bird and E. P. Wood­ruff: “De­com­pos­i­tions of \( E^{3} \) with count­ably many nonde­gen­er­ate ele­ments,” pp. 239–​252 in Geo­met­ric to­po­logy (Geor­gia To­po­logy Conf., Athens, GA, 1977). Aca­dem­ic Press (New York), 1979. MR 537733

[13]M. Star­bird: “Cell-like 0-di­men­sion­al de­com­pos­i­tions of \( E^{3} \),” Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 249 : 1 (1979), pp. 203–​215. MR 526318 Zbl 0407.​57005

[14]M. Star­bird: “Null se­quence cel­lu­lar de­com­pos­i­tions of \( S^{3} \),” Fund. Math. 112 : 2 (1981), pp. 81–​87. MR 619484 Zbl 0467.​57003

[15]K. Kun­en and M. Star­bird: “Arc com­pon­ents in met­ric con­tinua,” To­po­logy Ap­pl. 14 : 2 (1982), pp. 167–​170. MR 667663 Zbl 0504.​54019

[16]Con­tinua, de­com­pos­i­tions, man­i­folds (Uni­versity of Texas, Aus­tin, TX, sum­mer 1980). Edi­ted by R. H. Bing, W. T. Eaton, and M. P. Star­bird. Uni­versity of Texas Press (Aus­tin, TX), 1983. MR 711973 book

[17]R. Den­man and M. Star­bird: “Shrink­ing count­able de­com­pos­i­tions of \( S^{3} \),” Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 276 : 2 (1983), pp. 743–​756. MR 688975 Zbl 0518.​57009

[18]R. Con­nelly, D. W. Hende­r­son, C. W. Ho, and M. Star­bird: “On the prob­lems re­lated to lin­ear homeo­morph­isms, em­bed­dings, and iso­top­ies,” pp. 229–​239 in Con­tinua, de­com­pos­i­tions, man­i­folds (Aus­tin, TX, 1980). Univ. Texas Press (Aus­tin, TX), 1983. MR 711994

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[20]M. Star­bird: “Maps in \( \mathbf{ R}^n \) with fi­nite-to-one ex­ten­sions,” Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 98 : 2 (1986), pp. 317–​323. MR 854040 Zbl 0601.​54017

[21]R. T. Den­man and M. Star­bird: “Ap­prox­im­a­tions and de­com­pos­i­tions in \( S^3 \),” To­po­logy Ap­pl. 24 : 1–​3 (1986), pp. 83–​93. MR 872480 Zbl 0605.​57010

[22]J. W. Can­non and M. Star­bird: “A dia­gram-ori­ented proof of Dehn’s lemma,” To­po­logy Ap­pl. 26 : 2 (1987), pp. 193–​205. MR 896873 Zbl 0622.​57006

[23]F. D. An­cel and M. P. Star­bird: “The shrinkab­il­ity of Bing–White­head de­com­pos­i­tions,” To­po­logy 28 : 3 (1989), pp. 291–​304. MR 1014463 Zbl 0679.​57006

[24]M. Star­bird and T. Star­bird: “Re­quired re­dund­ancy in the rep­res­ent­a­tion of reals,” Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 114 : 3 (1992), pp. 769–​774. MR 1086343 Zbl 0753.​40003

[25]M. Star­bird: “Mary El­len Rud­in as ad­visor and geo­met­er,” pp. 114–​118 in The work of Mary El­len Rud­in (Madis­on, WI, 1991). Ann. New York Acad. Sci. 705. New York Acad. Sci., 1993. MR 1277884 Zbl 0814.​01016

[26]M. Star­bird: “R. H. Bing’s hu­man and math­em­at­ic­al vi­tal­ity,” pp. 453–​466 in Hand­book of the his­tory of gen­er­al to­po­logy (San Ant­o­nio, TX, 1993), vol. 2. Edi­ted by C. E. Aull and R. Lowen. His­tory of To­po­logy 2. Kluwer Aca­dem­ic (Dordrecht), 1998. MR 1795160 Zbl 0932.​01042 incollection

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