Categories, Bundles and Spacetime Topology by C.T. Dodson

By C.T. Dodson

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Categories, Bundles and Spacetime Topology

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B of X satisfying (i) B SO T (ii) every non-empty sets from B • T-open set is expressible as a union of EXISTENCE OF LIMITING TOPOLOGIES 41 Example In any metric space B (X,p) a base for T p is {S(x,r) Ix€x, r>O} the set of all open balls of positive radius in X. A sub base for a topology T on X is a collection B of s X if the set of all finite intersections of sets from subsets of form a base for T . (Pecal! that the empty set is the s smallest fini te set, it has no elements. ) B -Remark A cover of a set X SUA.

Steenrod [96] pp. 3 below. ) The fundamental group or first homotopy group space X with base point Xo€X w (X,x o) l of a is the group consisting of homotopy equivalence classes of closed curves beginning and ending at If Xo X is arcwise connected then these groups are isomorphic for all choices of Xo For introductory treatments of the subject see Singer and Thorpe [90] and Wall [ 100 ] . We shall not be venturing into algebraic topology but on a couple of occasions we use a covering space for a manifold.

1S8 for more) : (i) C is finitely left complete, (ii) C has (all) pullbacks and a terminal objectl (iii) C has (all) finite products and (all) pullbacks I (iv) C has (all) finite products and equalizers. 3l et seq. also Herrlich and Strecker [46] throughout. 6 Limi t preserving functors Given a diagram to 6 in a category we obtain a diagram in C 2 C 2 C l and a functor F from which we can denote by C l F(6). Then we say : (i) F preserves left limits if, for arbitrary diagrams 6 (3 -+-Lim 6) = (3 -+-Lim F (til) = (F -+-Lim 6) (ii) F (iii) F I preserves righ t limits if, for arbitrary diagrams 6 , preserves limits or is continuous if it perserves both left and right limits.

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