# Extremally $T_1$-spaces and Related Spaces

@inproceedings{Dontchev1998ExtremallyA, title={Extremally \$T_1\$-spaces and Related Spaces}, author={Julian Dontchev and Maximilian Ganster and L{\'a}szl{\'o} Zsilinszky}, year={1998} }

The aim of this paper is introduce and initiate the study of extremally $T_1$-spaces, i.e., the spaces where all hereditarily compact $C_2$-subspaces are closed. A $C_2$-space is a space whose nowhere dense sets are finite.

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