|Feb19-13, 06:48 PM||#1|
Hi I have not taken nay course in Topology. So can someone please explain what it means to say "in the neighborhood of some point bifurcation is topologically same"?
|Feb20-13, 08:13 AM||#2|
As you have written it, it doesn't mean anything. What is "topologically the same" as what?
|Feb22-13, 06:57 PM||#3|
If you compare both sides of the bifurcation point, they are topologically same.
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