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An axiom system for full 3 -dimensional Euclidean geometry

Jarosław Kosiorek (1991)

Mathematica Bohemica

We present an axiom system for class of full Euclidean spaces (i.e. of projective closures of Euclidean spaces) and prove the representation theorem for our system, using connections between Euclidean spaces and elliptic planes.

Countably convex G δ sets

Vladimir Fonf, Menachem Kojman (2001)

Fundamenta Mathematicae

We investigate countably convex G δ subsets of Banach spaces. A subset of a linear space is countably convex if it can be represented as a countable union of convex sets. A known sufficient condition for countable convexity of an arbitrary subset of a separable normed space is that it does not contain a semi-clique [9]. A semi-clique in a set S is a subset P ⊆ S so that for every x ∈ P and open neighborhood u of x there exists a finite set X ⊆ P ∩ u such that conv(X) ⊈ S. For closed sets this condition...

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