### Exemples d'actions non continues d'un groupe dans un compact.

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For a subset $A$ of the real line $\mathbb{R}$, Hattori space $H\left(A\right)$ is a topological space whose underlying point set is the reals $\mathbb{R}$ and whose topology is defined as follows: points from $A$ are given the usual Euclidean neighborhoods while remaining points are given the neighborhoods of the Sorgenfrey line. In this paper, among other things, we give conditions on $A$ which are sufficient and necessary for $H\left(A\right)$ to be respectively almost Čech-complete, Čech-complete, quasicomplete, Čech-analytic and weakly separated (in...

This note aims at providing some information about the concept of a strongly proximal compact transformation semigroup. In the affine case, a unified approach to some known results is given. It is also pointed out that a compact flow (X,𝓢) is strongly proximal if (and only if) it is proximal and every point of X has an 𝓢-strongly proximal neighborhood in X. An essential ingredient, in the affine as well as in the nonaffine case, turns out to be the existence of a unique minimal subset.

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