H-enrichments and their Homeomorphism Groups II
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New York Academy of Sciences
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences
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H-enrichments of topologies are larger (i.e., inclusive) topologies that also have larger homeomorphism groups. The study of H-enrichments of the Euclidean and rational topologies via generalized Baire category arguments is continued. New results concern lower bounds on the number of H-enrichments, connectedness, and separation properties of such topologies and certain of their cardinal invariants.
Bankston, Paul, "H-enrichments and their Homeomorphism Groups II" (1993). Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science Faculty Research and Publications. 215.