Ten Topologies for 1x7

@inproceedings{Brown1963TenTF,
  title={Ten Topologies for 1x7},
  author={Ronald Brown},
  year={1963}
}
Introduction THE study of topologies on X x Y is motivated by some outstanding deficiencies of the cartesian, that is the usual, topology on the product of spaces. (Throughout this paper all spaces will be assumed to be Hausdorff.) Firstly, the cartesian product of identification maps is not, in general, an identification map. As a consequence certain natural products such as the join and smash product which are formed as identifications of cartesian products, turn out to be non-associative [cf… CONTINUE READING

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