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semi-countably compact

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A topological space is said to be semi-countably compact iff every countable semiopen cover has a finite subcover.

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K. Dlaska, N. Ergun and M. Ganster, On the topology generated by semi-regular sets, Indian J. pure appl. Math. 25(11), 1994.