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a and b are cardinals.
A topological space X is called [a,b]-compact (or [a,b]-compact in the sense of open covers) provided that if U is an open cover of X with , then U has a subcover V with .
a and b are infinite cardinals.
A topological space X is called [a,b]-compact if every open cover of X with cardinality at most b has a subcover with cardinality less than a.
- Definition 1
- J. E. Vaughan, Products of [a, b]-Chain Compact Spaces, Soc. Czechoslovak Mathematicians and Physicist, Praha, 1977. pp.473-476.
- Definition 2
- K.P.Hart, J. Nagata and J.E. Vaughan, Encyclopedia of general topology, Elsevier Science