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An example related to strongly pointwise self-homeomorphic dendrites

Pavel Pyrih (1999)

Archivum Mathematicum


Such spaces in which a homeomorphic image of the whole space can be found in every open set are called self-homeomorphic. W.J. Charatonik and A. Dilks posed a problem related to strongly pointwise self-homeomorphic dendrites. We solve this problem negatively in Example 2.1.

Exactly two-to-one maps from continua onto arc-continua

Wojciech Dębski, J. Heath, J. Mioduszewski (1996)

Fundamenta Mathematicae


Continuing studies on 2-to-1 maps onto indecomposable continua having only arcs as proper non-degenerate subcontinua - called here arc-continua - we drop the hypothesis of tree-likeness, and we get some conditions on the arc-continuum image that force any 2-to-1 map to be a local homeomorphism. We show that any 2-to-1 map from a continuum onto a local Cantor bundle Y is either a local homeomorphism or a retraction if Y is orientable, and that it is a local homeomorphism if Y is not orientable. ...

On open light mappings

Władysław Makuchowski (1994)

Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae


Whyburn has proved that each open mapping defined on arc (a simple closed curve) is light. Charatonik and Omiljanowski have proved that each open mapping defined on a local dendrite is light. Theorem 3.8 is an extension of these results.