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### Question regarding closure of sets defined by the vanishing of holomorphic functions

Consider the following subsets of $\mathbb{C}^n$ given by
$$ X := \{x \in \mathbb{C}^n: f(x) =0, ~~g(x) \neq 0 \} $$
$$ Y := \{ x \in \mathbb{C}^n: f(x) =0, ~~g(x) =0, ~~h(x) \neq 0 \} $$
where $f, ...

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### Relative extremely disconnected space

A topological space $X$ is called relative extremely disconnected if it has a base $B$ (for open subsets) such that disjoint elements in $B$ have disjoint closure.
Does it exist an infinite ...

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### Zero-dimensional space

Let $X$ be a topological space with the following property: for any open subset $A$ of $X$ there is a collection of clopen subsets $\{A_{\alpha} : \alpha\in S\}$ such that ...

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### Extremely disconnected space

A topological space $X$ is called relative extremely disconnected if it has a base $B$(for open subsets) such that disjoint elements in B have disjoint closure, i.e, if $C, D$ in $B$ and $C\cap ...

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### Does there exist a countable partition of [0,1] by disjoint closed subsets? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate:
Why are the integers with the cofinite topology not path-connected?
As in the title, is it possible to find closed, disjoint subsets $C_n$ of $[0,1]$ such that $[0,1] = ...

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### Ultralimit versus partial limit

Let $\omega$ be a nonprincipal ultrafilter on $\mathbb N$.
A standard construction gives an $\omega$-limit, say $x_\omega$, for any bounded sequence $(x_n)$ of real numbers.
Namely, there is unique ...

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### Fundamental groups and homology groups of closed subsets of the plane

Let $X$ be a closed subset of $\mathbb{R}^2$. What restrictions are there on $\pi_1(X)$ and on the homology groups of $X$ (both singular and Cech)? This is elementary if $X$ has reasonable local ...

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### Constructible sets in Hausdorff spaces

In an attempt to write a proof by contradiction, I end up with a space $X$ with the following properties:
(0) $X$ is nonempty,
(1) $X$ is Hausdorff,
(2) $X$ has no isolated points,
(3) every subspace ...

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### Cantor Sets Inside Cantor Sets

(Or: "I heard you liked Cantor Sets...")
I'm working on a student project, and the following construction came up very naturally: If $C$ is the usual Cantor Set, build a countable union of copies of ...

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### Topological spaces determined by generalized metric spaces

At http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Real_Analysis/Metric_Spaces you can find the standard definition of a metric space: a set $X$ given with a function $d:X\times X\to\mathbb{R}$ that satisfies properties ...

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### constructing a curve dividing two sets of points

Lets assume I have two sets of points, each characterized as being "A" or "B", respectively, that are in a Euclidean plane. Theoretically these two sets are samplings from a space that has ...

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### Existence of an arbitrary Small positive continuous real Valued Function

Let $(X,\tau)$ be a Tychonoff Topological space.
For each $x\in X$ consider an arbitrary positive real number $\epsilon_x>0$. Is There a continuous real valued function $f:X\rightarrow ...

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### On One point Lindeloffication of topological spaces

As you Know when we define a topological space to be the one point compactification of the topological space $X$, we look for a compact space $Y$ such that $X\subset Y$ and $X$ is dense in $Y$ and ...

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### On Pseudo-finite topological spaces

We recall that a topological space $(X,\tau)$ is Pseudo-finite, if each compact subset of $X$ is finite.
One of the classical example of Pseudo-finite topological spaces can be considered as an ...

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### Compact subsets and Hausdorffness of Topology

We Know that all closed subsets of a compact topological space $(X,\tau)$ are compact. But if we add The Hausdorff condition on the topology $\tau$ we could see the equivalence of these subsets.(i.e. ...

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### Lindelöf subsets of $P$-spaces

A completely regular topological space $(X,\tau)$ is called a $P$-space, if every $G_\delta$-subset of $X$ is open .$\($i.e $\tau$ is closed under countable intersection$\)$. Here we recall some ...

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### Existence of a non-submetrizable topological space $(X, \tau)$

We recall that a topological space $(X,\tau)$ is submetrizable, if there is a coarser metrizable topology $\tau'$ that $\tau\supseteq\tau'$.
one of the properties of these topological spaces is ...

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### Counterexample about Jones lemma with special weak condition.

Jones Lemma is One scale about recognizing that a topological space is not normal.
This lemma tells us, if The topological space $X$ has a dense subset $D$ and a closed discrete subset $S$, with the ...

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### Existence of a compactification of $\mathbb{R}$ with $\aleph_0$ remainder

We now that the space $\mathbb{R}$ has compactifications with one point reminder, and two point reminder. but there is no compactification of $\mathbb{R}$ with three point reminder and the same holds ...

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### Partitions of an interval

This question asks about properties of functions which are "piecewise" polynomials. I would like to ask a specific question about the meaning of "piecewise" there.
Specifically, consider "partitions" ...

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### is f a polynomial provided that it is “partially” smooth?

Let $f$ be a $C^\infty$ function on $(c,d)$ ,and
let $O=\cup_{n\in \mathbb{Z}^+} (a_n,b_n)$ where $(a_n,b_n)$ are disjoint open interval in $(c,d)$ and $O$ is dense in $(c,d)$.
Suppose for each $n\in ...

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### Filling $\mathbb{R}^3$ with skew lines

I would like to know if it is possible to fill $\mathbb{R}^3$ with lines with the
following two properties:
(1) Every point $x \in \mathbb{R}^3$ is contained in precisely one line.
(2) Every ...

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### Fuzzy topology : references [closed]

Hey. I'm looking for references in fuzzy topology. Does anyone know a good book ?

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### Continuous images of Cantor cubes

The original title of this question was "Is there only one (up to homeomorphism) zero-dimensional homogeneous dyadic space of weight $\mathfrak{c}$?". I changed it with the hope of getting a bit more ...

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### Products with compactly generated spaces

It is well known that if $X$ and $Y$ are topological spaces with $X$ locally compact Hausdorff and $Y$ compactly generated, then $X \times Y$ (with the ordinary product topology) is compactly ...

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### Coloring $\mathbb{Z}^k$ and a fixed point theorem

This is potentially another approach to this question. I put it as an update there, but perhaps it would be better to post it separately. If we color $\mathbb{Z}^k$ with the $\ell_\infty$ metric in ...

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### Local cartesian closedness in the category of compactly generated spaces

According the the nLab, the category of compactly generated (CG) spaces is not locally cartesian closed.
So if $A$ is a CG space and $C$ a CG space above $A$, $C$ may not be exponentiable.
What if we ...

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### Patching together homeomorphisms: how badly can it fail?

Suppose we have a set $X$ with $X=U \cup V$. If we pick a permutation $f$ of $U$ and a permutation $g$ of $V$ which agree on the intersection $U \cap V$, we can coalesce them into one big endo-map $F$ ...

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### convexity of images of space-filling curves

Suppose $f:[0,1]\to[0,1]^2$ is continuous and for each $t\in[0,1]$, the area of $\lbrace f(s) : 0\le s\le t \rbrace$ is $t$. For what sets of values of $t\in[0,1]$ can $\lbrace f(s) : 0\le s\le t ...

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### Is a section of a proper map proper?

Suppose $f\colon X \rightarrow Y$ is a continuous map of topological spaces and $s\colon Y \rightarrow X$ is a continuous section to $f$, i.e., $f\circ s = 1$. If $f$ is proper does this mean that $s$ ...

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### Follow up question on the measure of the difference between a partial selector and a selector…

This is a different question from my previous question Difference between a partial selector and a selector, however I am going to repeat the preamble...
In Kharazishvili's "Nonmeasurable Sets and ...

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### Difference between a partial selector and a selector…

In Kharazishvili's "Nonmeasurable Sets and Functions" there is the following theorem:
There exists a subset $X$ of $\mathbb{R}$ which is a Vitali set and a Bernstein set.
The proof is as ...

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### Cardinality of the set of countable dense subgroups of the reals up to isomorphism.

Joel David Hamkins in an answer to my question Countable Dense Sub-Groups of the Reals points out that "one can find an uncountable chain of countable dense additive subgroups of $\mathbb{R}$ whose ...

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### Lifting local compactness to a covering space

(I decided to repost this from MathSE, since the question seems to not be as easy as I had thought)
NB: In this question, local compactness is used in its weak form, i.e. in a locally compact space, ...

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### Paracompact Hausdorff but not compactly generated?

I'm sorry to be asking a (possibly) elementary question, but I've run into a problem in point-set topology; I've just read that there exists paracompact Hausdoff spaces which are not compactly ...

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### $\Delta_{2}^{1}$-hard set?

Hello everybody!
I'm interested in $\Delta_{2}^{1}$ subsets of Polish spaces, i.e. those sets that are both $\Pi_{2}^{1}$ and $\Sigma_{2}^{1}$ in the boldface hierarchy of Polish spaces.
There is a ...

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### Random question: Is there a set-theoretic description of projective space? [closed]

I met projective space via a recent class on perspective drawing, believe it or not, but I didn't know that this was the "space" we were using. I came across a more detailed description trawling the ...

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### Locally compact Hausdorff space that is not normal

What is a good example of a locally compact Hausdorff space that is not normal? It seems to be well-known that not all locally compact Hausdorff spaces are normal (and only a weaker version of ...

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### Does Riemann map depend continuously on the domain?

I've always taken this for granted until recently:
In the simplest case, given Jordan curve $C \subseteq \mathbb{C}$ containing a neighborhood of $\bar{0}$ in its interior. Given parametrizations ...

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### Subfields of $\mathbb{C}$ isomorphic to $\mathbb{R}$ that have Baire property

While sitting through my complex analysis class, beginning with a very low level introduction, the teacher mentioned the obvious subfield of $\mathbb{C}$ isomorphic to $\mathbb{R}$, and I then ...

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### Why the “W” in CGWH (compactly generated weakly Hausdorff spaces)?

In his 1967 paper A convenient category of topological spaces,
Norman Steenrod introduced the category CGH of compactly generated Hausdorff spaces
as a good replacement of the catgory Top topological ...

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### Characterizing local homeomorphisms into an exponent

Let $X$,$Y$, and $Z$ be (compactly generated) spaces. Suppose $f:Z \to Y^X$ is a local homeomorphism. How can we tell this from its adjoint $\tilde f:Z \times X \to Y$? I.e., I want a property $P$ ...

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### Complete metric on the space of Jordan curves?

I was interested in putting a complete metric on the space of Jordan curves. Say, just planar Jordan curves contained in $B(\bar{0}, 2) \backslash B(\bar{0}, 1)$ which separates $\bar{0}$ and ...

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### Covers of $Z^k$

This is a question related to covers of $Z^\infty$. Is it possible to cover $Z^k$, $k>1$, with the $l_1$-metric by a constant (not depending on $k$) number of collections of subsets $U^0,...,U^c$ ...

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### Is a topology determined by its convergent sequences?

Just a basic point-set topology question: clearly we can detect differences in topologies using convergent sequences, but is there an example of two distinct topologies on the same set which have the ...

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### Are nets and filters useful in geometry and topology?

Many results in topology can be restated using the concepts of nets and ultrafilters. This seems to be of interest for set theorists, maybe even logicians. But for geometers and topologists, those who ...

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### Definition of Connected Subspace

In Munkres (Chapter 3, Section 23, p. 148), Munkres shows that if a subspace $Y$ of a space $X$ is not connected, then there are two disjoint open subsets $A,B$ such that the union of $A$ and $B$ ...

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### The Wedge Sum of path connected topological spaces

A definition of wedge sum can be found here:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedge_sum
My professor has claimed that wedge sums of path connected spaces X and Y are well-defined up to homotopy ...

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### Does Cauchy continuity imply uniform continuity? [No.] [closed]

It is well known that if $X$ is a first countable topological space and $Y$ is a topological space, then $f : X \rightarrow Y$ is continuous iff
$$\forall x \in {\rm map}(\mathbb{N},X),\forall p \in X ...

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### continuous selection of a multivalued function?

The title is probably a bit too broad. I frequently encountered the following situation: suppose I need to select a solution to a linear equation from a compact set. Can I make this selection ...