Pairwise Weakly Regular-Lindelöf Spaces

Kılıman, Adem; Salleh, Zabidin
January 2008
Abstract & Applied Analysis;2008, p1
Academic Journal
We will introduce and study the pairwise weakly regular-Lindelöf bitopological spaces and obtain some results. Furthermore, we study the pairwise weakly regular-Lindelöf subspaces and subsets, and investigate some of their characterizations. We also show that a pairwise weakly regular-Lindelöf property is not a hereditary property. Some counterexamples will be considered in order to establish some of their relations.


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