DW complexes and their underlying topological spaces
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The naive concept of a DW complex is that of a differential space that can be built up from cells and whose differential structure is defined in terms of differential structures on euclidean unit closed balls. This concept stems from an analogue in the category of topological spaces: the so-called CW complex (introduced by J.H.C. Whitehead in 1949).
Bibliography: leaves 126-128.
Ntumba, P. 2001. DW complexes and their underlying topological spaces. University of Cape Town.