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REMARKS ON SIMPLY k-CONNECTIVITY AND k-DEFORMATION RETRACT IN DIGITAL TOPOLOGY
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  • Journal title : Honam Mathematical Journal
  • Volume 36, Issue 3,  2014, pp.519-530
  • Publisher : The Honam Mathematical Society
  • DOI : 10.5831/HMJ.2014.36.3.519
 Title & Authors
REMARKS ON SIMPLY k-CONNECTIVITY AND k-DEFORMATION RETRACT IN DIGITAL TOPOLOGY
Han, Sang-Eon;
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 Abstract
To study a deformation of a digital space from the viewpoint of digital homotopy theory, we have often used the notions of a weak k-deformation retract [20] and a strong k-deformation retract [10, 12, 13]. Thus the papers [10, 12, 13, 16] firstly developed the notion of a strong k-deformation retract which can play an important role in studying a homotopic thinning of a digital space. Besides, the paper [3] deals with a k-deformation retract and its homotopic property related to a digital fundamental group. Thus, as a survey article, comparing among a k-deformation retract in [3], a strong k-deformation retract in [10, 12, 13], a weak deformation k-retract in [20] and a digital k-homotopy equivalence [5, 24], we observe some relationships among them from the viewpoint of digital homotopy theory. Furthermore, the present paper deals with some parts of the preprint [10] which were not published in a journal (see Proposition 3.1). Finally, the present paper corrects Boxer`s paper [3] as follows: even though the paper [3] referred to the notion of a digital homotopy equivalence (or a same k-homotopy type) which is a special kind of a k-deformation retract, we need to point out that the notion was already developed in [5] instead of [3] and further corrects the proof of Theorem 4.5 of Boxer`s paper [3] (see the proof of Theorem 4.1 in the present paper). While the paper [4] refers some properties of a deck transformation group (or an automorphism group) of digital covering space without any citation, the study was early done by Han in his paper (see the paper [14]).
 Keywords
simply k-connected;digital isomorphism;strong k-deformation;weak k-deformation retract;k-homotopy equivalence (same k-homotopy type);digital topology;
 Language
English
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