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Pseudo-open mappings from topological sums

Author: Dennis K. Burke
Journal: Proc. Amer. Math. Soc. 74 (1979), 191-196
MSC: Primary 54E30
MathSciNet review: 521897
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Abstract: Assume S is the free topological sum of spaces $ {X_1}$ and $ {X_2}$, on the same set X, and $ \phi :S \to X$ is the canonical quotient map. The main result states that X is developable (resp. quasi-developable) if $ {X_1}$ and $ {X_2}$ are regular developable (resp. quasi-developable) spaces and $ \phi $ is pseudo-open. Examples are given to show that certain topological properties are not preserved under such a construction.

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Keywords: Compatible family of topologies, pseudo-open map, quasi-developable, developable, $ \sigma $-disjoint base, subparacompact
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