# The Lindelöf number of C p(X)×C p(X) for strongly zero-dimensional X

Open Mathematics (2011)

- Volume: 9, Issue: 5, page 978-983
- ISSN: 2391-5455

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topOleg Okunev. "The Lindelöf number of C p(X)×C p(X) for strongly zero-dimensional X." Open Mathematics 9.5 (2011): 978-983. <http://eudml.org/doc/269680>.

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abstract = {We prove that if X is a strongly zero-dimensional space, then for every locally compact second-countable space M, C p(X, M) is a continuous image of a closed subspace of C p(X). It follows in particular, that for strongly zero-dimensional spaces X, the Lindelöf number of C p(X)×C p(X) coincides with the Lindelöf number of C p(X). We also prove that l(C p(X n)κ) ≤ l(C p(X)κ) whenever κ is an infinite cardinal and X is a strongly zero-dimensional union of at most κcompact subspaces.},

author = {Oleg Okunev},

journal = {Open Mathematics},

keywords = {Topology of pointwise convergence; Lindelöf number; topology of pointwise convergence; (strongly) zero-dimensional spaces},

language = {eng},

number = {5},

pages = {978-983},

title = {The Lindelöf number of C p(X)×C p(X) for strongly zero-dimensional X},

url = {http://eudml.org/doc/269680},

volume = {9},

year = {2011},

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TY - JOUR

AU - Oleg Okunev

TI - The Lindelöf number of C p(X)×C p(X) for strongly zero-dimensional X

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VL - 9

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SP - 978

EP - 983

AB - We prove that if X is a strongly zero-dimensional space, then for every locally compact second-countable space M, C p(X, M) is a continuous image of a closed subspace of C p(X). It follows in particular, that for strongly zero-dimensional spaces X, the Lindelöf number of C p(X)×C p(X) coincides with the Lindelöf number of C p(X). We also prove that l(C p(X n)κ) ≤ l(C p(X)κ) whenever κ is an infinite cardinal and X is a strongly zero-dimensional union of at most κcompact subspaces.

LA - eng

KW - Topology of pointwise convergence; Lindelöf number; topology of pointwise convergence; (strongly) zero-dimensional spaces

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