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Dimensional types and P-spaces

  title={Dimensional types and P-spaces},
  author={Wojciech Bielas and Andrzej Kucharski and Szymon Plewik},
We investigate the category of discrete topological spaces, with emphasis on inverse systems of height ω1. Their inverse limits belong to the class of P -spaces, which allows us to explore dimensional types of these spaces. 


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