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When do the upper Kuratowski topology (homeomorphically, Scott topology) and the co-compact topology coincide?

Authors: Szymon Dolecki, Gabriele H. Greco and Alojzy Lechicki
Journal: Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 347 (1995), 2869-2884
MSC: Primary 54B20; Secondary 06B30, 54A20
MathSciNet review: 1303118
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Abstract: A topology is called consonant if the corresponding upper Kuratowski topology on closed sets coincides with the co-compact topology, equivalently if each Scott open set is compactly generated. It is proved that Čechcomplete topologies are consonant and that consonance is not preserved by passage to $ {G_\delta }$-sets, quotient maps and finite products. However, in the class of the regular spaces, the product of a consonant topology and of a locally compact topology is consonant. The latter fact enables us to characterize the topologies generated by some $ \Gamma $-convergences.

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Keywords: Kuratowski convergence, co-compact topology, continuous convergence, Gamma convergence, compact families
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