Inverse Limits In Continuum Theory
This chapter is devoted to some topics in the theory of continua. We look at the effect of imposing atriodicity or unicoherence on the factor spaces or monotonicity on the bonding mappings. We conclude the chapter with characterizations of irreducibility and indecomposability of inverse limits followed by a brief discussion of selected miscellaneous topics from continuum theory. © Springer Science+Business Media, LLC 2012.
W. T. Ingram and W. S. Mahavier, "Inverse Limits In Continuum Theory," Developments in Mathematics, vol. 25, pp. 131 - 154, Springer, Apr 2012.
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16 Apr 2012