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### Embedding uncountably many disjoint copies of the Cantor set in the interval [closed]

Is it possible to embed uncountably many copies of the Cantor set in the unit interval so that any two are disjoint?

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### A homeomorphism between total spaces with same fiber and base spaces not homotopic

Is there a counterexample to the following assertion?:
Let $p_1:E_1\to B_1$ and $p_2:E_2\to B_2$ be fibrations with the same fiber $\mathbb S ^1$ such that $E_1$ and $E_2$ are homeomorphic (and both ...

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### Class of functions between $C^{\infty}$ and $C^{\omega}$

I am always curious about that whether there exists a class of function which seems that more smooth than the $C^{\infty}$ class, while it is far from $C^{\omega}$ analytic function .
From my point ...

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### Which topological properties are preserved under taking box products?

Although the box topology is a topology worth studying and is similar to the strong topology in differential topology, the box topology is in many regards very badly behaved since the box product of ...

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### Is there a universal $\omega$-limit set?

For the purposes of this question, a dynamical system means a compact metric space $X$ together with a continuous map $f: X \to X$.
For $x \in X$, the $\omega$-limit set of $x$, denoted $\omega(x)$, ...

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### Space of continuous real-valued functions on $[0,1]^\omega$ with the weak and pointwise topology

Let $C([0,1]^\omega)$ denote the set of continuous functions $f:[0,1]^\omega \to \mathbb{R}$. We endow $C([0,1]^\omega)$ with two topologies. Let $\tau$ be the pointwise topology on $C([0,1]^\omega)$ ...

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### $T_2$-space $X$ with $X\cong \text{Aut}(X)$

Is there an infinite $T_2$-space $X$ with $X\cong \text{Aut}(X)$? (Here, $\text{Aut}(X)$ is the set of automorphisms $\varphi:X\to X$ and it carries the topology inherited from the product topology on ...

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### Avoiding countable subgroups of a group homeomorphic to the Cantor space

The following question is motivated by the paper
[Brian, Mislove, Every compact group can have a non-measurable subgroup].
A positive solution to a variation of the following problem implies a ...

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### Does the CGWH-fication change the (weak) homotopy type?

Let $Top$, $CG$, $WH$, $CGWH$ be the categories of topological spaces, compactly generated spaces, weak Hausdorff spaces and compactly generated weak Hausdorff spaces.
There is the CG-ification ...

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### Are maps homotopic with respect to a uniform number of local homotopies

I've encountered the following problem that I'm sure someone more topologically inclined can answer:
Say that a homotopy of maps $f:X\times[0,1)\to Y$ between two compact smooth manifolds $X$ and $Y$ ...

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### Borel subsets of Polish groups

Suppose that I have a polish group $G$ and two subsets $A$ and $B$ of $G$ such that: $A$ is open in $G$ and $B$ is closed in $G,$ from this, can I conclude that $AB$ is a Borel subset of $G$? if not, ...

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### A compact T1 topological space has a proper dense subset to which it is homeomorphic. What can be said about the space?

Let $X$ be a compact T1 (so singleton subsets are closed) topological space. Suppose that there is a proper subset $D \subset X$ such that:
$D$ is dense in $X$;
$D$ is homeomorphic to $X$.
Note ...

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### Exponential rule for Whitney-$\mathcal{C}^{\infty}$-topology

Let $M,N,X$ be smooth manifolds. Equip the space of smooth functions between two manifolds with the (strong) Whitney- $\mathcal{C}^\infty$-topology.
The evaluation map $$ev\colon ...

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### Non meager rectangle

Suppose $G \subseteq \mathbb{R}^2$ is dense $G_\delta$. Must there (in ZFC) exist non meager sets of reals $A, B$ such that $A \times B \subseteq G$?

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### Is the space of signed finite measures on a compact set $M([0,1])$ a sequential space?

Let $M([0,1])$ be the set of finite signed measures on $[0,1]$
(with the topology generated by the sets $\left\{ \mu \in M([0,1]) : \left| \int f(x) \mu(dx)- a\right| \leq \delta\right\}$ for all ...

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### Space $X$ such that $X^\lambda\cong X$ for some $\lambda$

Which cardinals $\lambda > 2$ have the following property?
There is a space $(X,\tau)$ such that
for all cardinals $\kappa$ with $1<\kappa<\lambda$ we have $X\not\cong X^\kappa$, and
...

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### Normed space that is sigma-totally-bounded but is not sigma-compact

Q1: Is there a separable normed space that is not sigma-compact, but is a countable union of
totally bounded closed subsets?
A test case is the space $C^1(I)$ with the $C^0$ norm where ...

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### Can every non-discrete topological group G be algebraically generated by a nowhere dense subset?

Is there somone help me to show that if this problem have positive Answer :
Problem :Can every non-discrete topological group G be algebraically gen-
erated by a nowhere dense subset ?
Thank ...

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### Spaces that can't be embedded in the plane

If $X$ and $Y$ are topological spaces, let us write $X \preceq Y$ whenever $X$ embeds in $Y$.
Earlier today, I asked the question:
Is this a well-quasi-order on the completely metrizable spaces?
...

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### Homogeneous $\omega$-monolithic compact space

Under CH, is the cardinality of every homogeneous $\omega$-monolithic compact space
$X$ not greater than $2^{\omega}$?

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### The size of Lindelof space

Question. Suppose that $X$ is a Lindelof space such
that every point of $X$ is a $G_{\delta}$-point. Then is it true that $|X| ≤ 2^{\omega}$?

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### Monadicity of profinite algebras

We can show that the category of profinite algebras, cofiltered limits of finite algebras, is monadic over Stone spaces as follows. So, I wonder if there are any other examples.
In case that I was ...

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### Does Peano's existence theorem admits a constructive proof?

$$y(t)=y_0+\int_0^t b(y(s))ds$$ $b\in C(R^d)\cap L^\infty(R^d)$
The classical proof for Peano's existence theorem in ODE need use the Ascoli's theorem, so it's not constructive. When $d=1$, in the ...

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### Intersection of connected components in $\mathbb{R}^n$

Let $n$ be a positive integer and let $K\subseteq \mathbb{R}^n$ be compact. Pick $x^* \in \mathbb{R}^n\setminus K$.
Let $E$ be the connected component of $\mathbb{R}^n\setminus K$ that contains ...

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### Problem about the existence of a continuous surjective map [closed]

Let $F$ be a closed set in $\Bbb R^2$, $F\neq \varnothing,\Bbb R^2$, and $F^\circ\neq \varnothing$,
does there exist a continuous surjective map from $\Bbb R\times \Bbb Z$ to $F^{\circ-}-F^\circ$？

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### Does the property of being a local homeomorphism descend through split surjections?

Let $f : X \to Y$ and $g : Y \to Z$ be continuous maps (between topological spaces). Assume these hypotheses:
$f : X \to Y$ is a split surjection, i.e. has a section.
$g \circ f : X \to Z$ is a ...

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### If $X$ is compact, is $[X]^2$ compact, too?

Let $(X,\tau)$ be a Hausdorff space. Let $[X]^2 = \big\{\{x,y\}: x,y\in X \land x\neq y\big\}$. For $U,V\in \tau$ with $U\cap V = \emptyset$ we set $[U,V] = \big\{\{x,y\} \in [X]^2: x\in U\land y\in ...

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### How to give a $\Delta$-complex structure?

The quotient space of a finite collection of disjoint 2-simplices obtained by identifying pairs of edges is always a surface,locally homeomorphic with $\mathbb{R^2}$.
But I am not able to prove , ...

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### Hausdorff space $X$ with $X\cong [X]^2$

Let $(X,\tau)$ be a Hausdorff space. Let $[X]^2 = \big\{\{x,y\}: x,y\in X \land x\neq y\big\}$. For $U,V\in \tau$ with $U\cap V = \emptyset$ we set $[U,V] = \big\{\{x,y\} \in [X]^2: x\in U\land y\in ...

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### Example of a $G$-sphere that is not a $G$-representation sphere

Let $G$ be a finite group with the discrete topology. To set terminology:
a $G$-sphere is a sphere equipped with a continuous $G$-action
a $G$-representation sphere is a $G$-sphere obtained from an ...

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### Polish by compact is Polish?

Let $X,Y$ be separable and metrizable, with $Y$ Polish, and suppose there is a topological quotient map $f:X\to Y$ with compact fibers. Is $X$ Polish?
I have a specific space in mind, so if the ...

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### Intersection of complements of connected components (2)

Let $(X,d)$ be a non-compact, complete metric space and $K\subseteq X$ compact. Pick $x^* \in X\setminus K$.
Let $E$ be the connected component of $X\setminus K$ that contains $x^*$. Let ${\cal C}$ ...

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### Intersection of complements of connected components

Let $(X,\tau)$ be a topological space, $S\subseteq X$ such that there is $x^*\in X\setminus S$.
Let $E$ be the connected component of $X\setminus S$ that contains $x^*$. Let ${\cal C}$ be the ...

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### Closure of the graph of a function

Let $X_1, X_2$ be non-empty sets and let $R\subseteq X_1\times X_2$ such that for all $x\in X_1$ there is $y\in X_2$ such that $(x,y)\in R$.
Are there topologies $\tau_i$ on $X_i$ for $i=1,2$ and a ...

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### Meager subgroups of compact groups

Suppose we have an infinite compact (Hausdorff) group $G$, and a subgroup $H\leq G$ which is meagre.
Can $H$ always be covered by a countable family of nowhere dense sets $H_n$ such that $H_n^2$ is ...

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### Idempotent ideal in ring of continuous functions

Is there any equivalence conditions under which an ideal $I$ in ring of continuous functions be be an idempotent ideal?

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### Is the space of smooth maps $C^{\infty}(M,N)$ with the Whitney $C^{\infty}$ topology locally compact, if $M$ is compact

The title says it all:
Let $M$ be a compact manifold and $N$ a (possible non compact) manifold. Equip the space of smooth functions $C^{\infty}(M,N)$ with the Whitney $C^{\infty}$ topology. (The ...

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### Inverse limit in shape theory

Is the shape theory of Hausdorff compact spaces complete with respect to the inverse limit operation?--complete means that for every inverse system of Hausdorff compact spaces, and the shape morphisms ...

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### Measurability and continuity for general topological spaces

Let $(X,\tau)$ be a topological space. We call $S\subseteq X$ saturated if $S=\bigcap\{U\in\tau: U\supseteq S\}$. Let $\sigma(X,\tau)$ be the $\sigma$-algebra generated by $\tau\cup\{K\subseteq X: K ...

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### Abelian subgroups of the automorphism group of a totally disconnected LCA group

I am interested in the following question.
Suppose that $A$ and $B$ are LCA groups and $B$ acts continuously on $A$ by topological automorphisms. If $f$ is a Schwartz function on $A$, then we want to ...

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### Fixed point property for intersection of spaces which are homeomorphic to a disk

The following question is question 9.8 from Miller's paper ``Some interesting problems
'':
Question Suppose $D_n$ a subset of the plane is homeomorphic to a disk and for every
$n\in \omega, ...

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### Idempotent relations on the unit square with closed graphs

A colleague and I are interested in idempotent relations from $I=[0,1]$ to $I$ - relations such that $R\circ R(x)=R(x)$ for all $x\in I$. Specifically, the graphs of the relations we care about must ...

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### The classifying space of an infinite totally ordered set is contractible

I asked this question on math.stackexchange, but no one answered.
Let $(X,\le)$ be a totally ordered set. Regarding it as a category, it has a classifying space $B(X,\le)=|N_\bullet(X,\le)|$. This ...

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### TVS with null topological dual space

In that post, I give an example of a TVS for which the topological dual is equal to $0$. But in the example, there is no open convex subset different from the empty set or the space itself.
Do you ...

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### Examples of TVS with no non-trivial open convex subsets

I give here the classical example of the space $E = L^p([0,1])$ which has no open convex subsets apart from $\emptyset$ and $E$. Consequently, there is no non-trivial continuous linear form on $E$.
...

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### Loop space of manifold [closed]

Question A: The free loop space of a manifold is also a manifold?
Question B: The free loop space of an algebraic variety is also a algebraic variety ?
Are these questions asked or answered anywhere ...

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### Smooth paths on affine varieties

I have the following question which is in some way related to an application of Randell Isotopy Theorem to complex hyperplane arrangements.
Let $h,k\geq1$ be integer numbers and let ...

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### Bidi: A new cardinal characteristic of the continuum?

This question assumes familiarity with combinatorial cardinal
characteristics of the continuum.
Identify an infinite set $a\subseteq\mathbb{N}$ with its increasing
enumeration. Thus, for each natural ...

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### The dominating number $\mathfrak{d}$ and convergent sequences

All spaces considered below are compact Hausdorff.
If $K$ is a space, then $w(K)$ is its weight. For a Boolean algebra $\mathcal{A}$, $K_\mathcal{A}$ denotes its Stone space. I am interested in ...

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### Can the image of a disk have nontrivial Hausdorff measure for $1 < d < 2$?

I am reading a blog which talks about a $C^1$ diffeomorphism $f: \mathbb{D}\{ x^2 + y^2 < 1\} \to \mathbb{R}^2$ and estimates the Hausdorff dimension of its image $\mathcal{H}_\sqrt{2}^d ...