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@inproceedings{Smyth1992StableCI, title={Stable compactification I}, author={Michael B. Smyth}, year={1992} }

- Published 1992
DOI:10.1112/jlms/s2-45.2.321

This paper represents a continuation of our programme [16, 13] of extending various concepts of general topology from the setting of Hausdorff (or, at most, 7̂ ) spaces, in which they are usually embedded, to the larger classes of spaces we need to consider in the theory of computation. The topic of compactification poses an obvious challenge to this programme, since only a Tychonoff space can have a compactification in the usual sense. This assumes that a compactification has to be a dense… CONTINUE READING