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A UNIFICATION ON COMPACTNESS AND CLOSEDNESS 223 Lemma

@inproceedings{Ide2004AUO,
  title={A UNIFICATION ON COMPACTNESS AND CLOSEDNESS 223 Lemma},
  author={Mah Ide and K Uç¨uk},
  year={2004}
}
Compactness and closedness are some of the important properties for studying topological spaces. Several types of these concepts (semi-compactness, pre-compactness, β-compactness,. . ., S-closedness, H-closedness, etc) occur in the literature. In this paper, we applied concept of φ operation which defined by Csaszar [8] to unify and generalized several characterizations and properties of lots of already existing some type of compactness and closedness. 

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