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A topological space is called strongly compact iff every preopen cover has a finite subcover.
- [Ganster1987] For a topological space X, the following are equivalent
- X is strongly compact
- X is compact and every infinite subset of X has a nonempty interior.
- X is quasi H-closed and every infinite subset of X has a nonempty interior.
- [Ganster1987] The 1?point?compactification of any discrete space is strongly compact.
- J. Dontchev, M. Ganster and T. Noiri, On p-closed spaces, Internat. J. Math. & Math. Sci. Vol.24, No.3 (2000) pp.203-212.
- M. Ganster, Some remarks on strongly compact spaces and semi compact spaces, Bull. Malaysian Math. Soc. (10) 2 (1987) pp.67-81.