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A generalization of Tong's theorem and properties of pairwise perfectly normal spaces

  • Manuel López-Pellicer (a1) and Angel Gutiérrez (a2)

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In this paper we give some properties of the pairwise perfectly normal spaces defined by Lane. In particular we prove that a space (X, P, Q) is pairwise perfectly normal if and only if every P(Q)–closed set is the zero of a P(Q)–l.s.c. and Q(P)–u.s.c. function. Also we characterize the pairwise perfect normality in terms of sequences of semicontinuous functions by means of a result which contains the known Tong's characterization of perfectly normal topological spaces, whose proof we modify by using the technique of binary relations.

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A generalization of Tong's theorem and properties of pairwise perfectly normal spaces

  • Manuel López-Pellicer (a1) and Angel Gutiérrez (a2)

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