I wanted to know if anyone had any good introductions on algebraic topology for the theoretical physicist? I am particularly interested in applications to condensed matter physics, but would be happy with any kind of resource -- all my friends and I can find are the more abstract mathematical textbooks and articles.

In terms of relevant background, I am looking for something that assumes basic knowledge of quantum theory, quantum field theory, solid state physics, group theory, abstract algebra, and real analysis.

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