Theory of Covering Spaces


Introduction. In this paper I study covering spaces in which the base space is an arbitrary topological space. No use is made of arcs and no assumptions of a global or local nature are required. In consequence, the fundamental group ir(X, Xo) which we obtain frequently reflects local properties which are missed by the usual arcwise group iri(X, Xo). We… (More)


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