STRONG VERSIONS OF κ-FRÉCHET AND κ-NET SPACES CHO, MYUNG HYUN; KIM, JUNHUI; MOON, MI AE;
We introduce strongly - and strongly -sequential spaces which are stronger than - and -net spaces respectively. For convenience, we use the terminology "-sequential" instead of "-net space", introduced by R.E. Hodel in . And we study some properties and topological operations on such spaces. We also define strictly - and strictly -sequential spaces which are more stronger than strongly - and strongly -sequential spaces respectively.
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