Top > relatively countably compact
HTML convert time to 0.028 sec.


relatively countably compact

Last-modified: 2010-10-22 (金) 21:38:17

Definition Edit

A subset A of a topological space is called relatively countably compact if every sequence in A has a cluster point.

Reference Edit

I. Monterde, V. Montesinos and M. Valdivia, A remark on a theorem of Howard, RACSAM 104 (1), 2010, 1-3.