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By C. M. Campbell, E. F. Robertson, N. Ruskuc, G. C. Smith

ISBN-10: 0521655889

ISBN-13: 9780521655880

This two-volume publication includes chosen papers from the foreign convention "Groups: St. Andrews 1997 in Bath". The articles are prepared in approximately alphabetical order and canopy a large spectrum of recent team conception. There are articles in keeping with lecture classes given through 5 major audio system including refereed survey and study articles contributed through different convention individuals. court cases of prior "Groups: St. Andrews" meetings have had a massive influence at the improvement of workforce idea and those volumes could be both vital

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Let f : X -* Y be a near-homeomorphism and Y be a Polish A N R-space. Then f is approximately soft. PROOF. Let A be a closed subset of a Polish space B and let maps ~: A ~ X and r B --~ Y such t h a t f ~ = r be given. Consider an arbitrary open cover U 9 coy(Y) and suppose t h a t )4) 9 coy(Y) is a star-refibement of/4. 22, there is an open refinement 1; 9 coy(Y) of )/V such t h a t the following condition is satisfied: 9 If one of the two arbitrarily given );-close maps into Y, defined on A, has an extension to B, then the second also has an extension to B.

FACTORIZING SPECTRA AND THE SPECTRAL THEOREM 27 Let X be a dense subspace of a Polish space X ' . Assume, additionally, t h a t dim X -- n. 2). q consisting of n-dimensional Polish spaces. 6, we see t h a t the spectra S x , x , and S contain isomorphic cofinal and w-closed subspectra. In particular, there is an n-dimensional G~-subspace of X ' containing X. T h e following s t a t e m e n t will be needed later in C h a p t e r 5. 11. Let f" P ~ Y be a map of a Polish space P into a metrizable compactum Y .

Let /3P denote the Stone-(Tech compactification of P. Obviously, dim fiR - dim P - n. 10, tiP = lim 8, where 8 - { Z a , P~a, A} is a factorizing w-spectrum consisting of n-dimensional metrizable compacta. Since P is Polish, we see t h a t P is the intersection of countably m a n y functionally open subsets o f / 3 P . Therefore there exists an index a0 E A such t h a t P Pao-l(Pao(P))" Consider now the s p e c t r u m S p = {Pa, q~,Ao}, where A0 = {a E A" a _> a0}, P~ = p~(P) and qa f~ = p~/P~ for each a , f l E Ao with a _

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