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Xuanwf

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A Luzin space
Posted: Mar 7, 2013 7:15 PM
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A Luzin space is a croweded(no isolated points) Hausdorff space in which every nowhere dense set is countable. Now there is a Luzin space with its cardinality is omega_1. Is it a lindelof space?



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