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 Title & Authors
ON COMPUTER TOPOLOGICAL FUNCTION SPACE
Han, Sang-Eon; Georgiou, Dimitris N.;
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 Abstract
In this paper, we give and study the notion of computer topological function space between computer topological spaces with adjacency, i {0, 1}. Using this notion, we study various properties of topologies of a computer topological function space.
 Keywords
computer topological (product) space;N-compatible;generalized ()-continuous function;computer topological function space;A-splitting;A-admissible;
 Language
English
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