Canadian Mathematical Society
Canadian Mathematical Society
  location:  PublicationsjournalsCMB
Abstract view

$D$-spaces and resolution

 Printed: Dec 1997
  • Zineddine Boudhraa
Features coming soon:
Citations   (via CrossRef) Tools: Search Google Scholar:
Format:   HTML   LaTeX   MathJax   PDF   PostScript  


A space $X$ is a $D$-space if, for every neighborhood assignment $f$ there is a closed discrete set $D$ such that $\bigcup{f(D)}=X$. In this paper we give some necessary conditions and some sufficient conditions for a resolution of a topological space to be a $D$-space. In particular, if a space $X$ is resolved at each $x\in X$ into a $D$-space $Y_x$ by continuous mappings $f_x\colon X-\{{x}\} \rightarrow Y_x$, then the resolution is a $D$-space if and only if $\bigcup{\{{x}\}}\times \Bd(Y_x)$ is a $D$-space.
Keywords: $D$-space, neighborhood assignment, resolution, boundary $D$-space, neighborhood assignment, resolution, boundary
MSC Classifications: 54D20, 54B99, 54D10, 54D30 show english descriptions Noncompact covering properties (paracompact, Lindelof, etc.)
None of the above, but in this section
Lower separation axioms ($T_0$--$T_3$, etc.)
54D20 - Noncompact covering properties (paracompact, Lindelof, etc.)
54B99 - None of the above, but in this section
54D10 - Lower separation axioms ($T_0$--$T_3$, etc.)
54D30 - Compactness

© Canadian Mathematical Society, 2014 :