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The purpose of this paper is to develop a general technique for attacking problems involving extensions of continuous functions from dense subspaces and to use it to obtain new results as well as to improve some of the known ones. The theory of structures developed by Harris is used to get some general results relating filters and covers. A necessary condition is derived for a continuous function f: X → Y to have a continuous extension : λx → λy where λZ denotes a given extension of the space Z. In the case of simple extensions, is continuous and in the case of strict extensions is θ-continuous. In the case of strict extensions, sufficient conditions for uniqueness of are derived. These results are then applied to several extensions considered by Banaschewski, Fomin, Kattov, Liu-Strecker, Blaszczyk-Mioduszewski, Rudölf, etc.
We answer the following problem posed by Herrlich in the affirmative: “Can the Freudenthal compactification be regarded as a reflection in a sensible way?” This is accomplished by exploiting the one-to-one correspondence between proximities compatible with a given Tihonov space and compactifications of that space. We give topological characterizations of proximally continuous functions for the proximities associated with the Freudenthal and Fan-Gottesman compactifications.
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