1. CMB Online first
|On Countable Dense and $n$-homogeneity|
We prove that a connected, countable dense homogeneous space is $n$-homogeneous for every $n$, and strongly 2-homogeneous provided it is locally connected. We also present an example of a connected and countable dense homogeneous space which is not strongly 2-homogeneous. This answers Problem 136 of Watson in the Open Problems in Topology Book in the negative.
Keywords:countable dense homogeneous, connected, $n$-homogeneous, strongly $n$-homogeneous, counterexample
Categories:54H15, 54C10, 54F05
2. CMB 2011 (vol 54 pp. 244)
|Homogeneous Suslinian Continua|
A continuum is said to be Suslinian if it does not contain uncountably many mutually exclusive non-degenerate subcontinua. Fitzpatrick and Lelek have shown that a metric Suslinian continuum $X$ has the property that the set of points at which $X$ is connected im kleinen is dense in $X$. We extend their result to Hausdorff Suslinian continua and obtain a number of corollaries. In particular, we prove that a homogeneous, non-degenerate, Suslinian continuum is a simple closed curve and that each separable, non-degenerate, homogenous, Suslinian continuum is metrizable.
Keywords:connected im kleinen, homogeneity, Suslinian, locally connected continuum
Categories:54F15, 54C05, 54F05, 54F50
3. CMB 2009 (vol 52 pp. 416)
|Hamiltonian Properties of Generalized Halin Graphs |
A Halin graph is a graph $H=T\cup C$, where $T$ is a tree with no vertex of degree two, and $C$ is a cycle connecting the end-vertices of $T$ in the cyclic order determined by a plane embedding of $T$. In this paper, we define classes of generalized Halin graphs, called $k$-Halin graphs, and investigate their Hamiltonian properties.
Keywords:$k$-Halin graph, Hamiltonian, Hamiltonian connected, traceable
4. CMB 2005 (vol 48 pp. 195)
|On Suslinian Continua |
A continuum is said to be Suslinian if it does not contain uncountably many mutually exclusive nondegenerate subcontinua. We prove that Suslinian continua are perfectly normal and rim-metrizable. Locally connected Suslinian continua have weight at most $\omega_1$ and under appropriate set-theoretic conditions are metrizable. Non-separable locally connected Suslinian continua are rim-finite on some open set.
Keywords:Suslinian continuum, Souslin line, locally connected, rim-metrizable,, perfectly normal, rim-finite
Categories:54F15, 54D15, 54F50