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A question on semi-stratifiable space
@Joel: maybe I should mentioned it. |
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A question on semi-stratifiable space
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A question on semi-stratifiable space
$g: \mathbb N \times X \to \tau_X$ is a $g$-function of $X$ if for any $x$ and $n \in \mathbb N$, $x \in g(n+1,x) \subset g(n,x)$. |
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asked | A question on semi-stratifiable space |
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A conjecture on closed discrete subset
what is meaning of non-measurable cardinality? |
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A question on continuous mappings
Buzyakova posted a new definition of absolutely submetrizable (= every Tychonoff subtopology is submetrizable) in the paper: On absolutely submetrizable spaces |
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asked | A question on continuous mappings |
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asked | A question on star $\sigma$-compact spaces |
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Is $f$ continuous?
Yes. He may be very old. |
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Is $f$ continuous?
The author said unclearly in the paper. |
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Is $f$ continuous?
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asked | Is $f$ continuous? |
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What is the smallest cardinality a topology can have which is c.c.c but not separable (in ZFC)?
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answered | What is the smallest cardinality a topology can have which is c.c.c but not separable (in ZFC)? |
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A question on countably compact space
@Ali: could you give me a link of the book, so I can download it? |