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There are many textbooks from which some knowledge of these subjects can be obtained, but no textbook discusses non-locally finite simplicial complexes in detail. At the same time it contains complete proofs of results interesting also for the specialist in geometric topology. Completing the proofs in detail provides good exercise and training for graduate students and will be useful in graduate classes or seminars. These two theories are connected with various fields in geometric topology and in general topology as well. So, when we encounter them, we have to refer to the original papers. So, when we encounter them, we have to refer to the original papers. Whitehead's theorem on small subdivisions is very important, but its proof cannot be found in any textbook.