Spaces whose n th power is weakly infinite-dimensional but whose (n+1) th power is not

  title={Spaces whose n th power is weakly infinite-dimensional but whose (n+1) th power is not},
  author={El.zbieta Pol},
  • E. Pol
  • Published 1 March 1993
  • Mathematics
For every natural number n we construct a metrizable separable space Y such that yn is weakly infinite-dimensional (moreover, is a C-space) but yn+1 is strongly infinite-dimensional. 
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