Surveys in General Topology by George M. Reed

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The Shelah preprint. independence [Wo] Woods, Grant, Characterizations of some C*-embedded subspaces of $N, Pacific J. Math. 65 (1976), 573-379. Added in proof by Eric K. van Douwen (October 1, 1979): theorem, It has been reported that Murray Bell has proved that (*), men­ tioned in 3(c), holds in ZFC. 5URVEYS IN GENERAL TOPOLOGY COVERING AND SEPARATION PROPERTIES OF BOX PRODUCTS Institute ABSTRACT: Eric K. van Douwen for Medicine and Mathematics Ohio University We give a fairly complete survey, including proofs, of what is known about the question of when a box product of compact spaces is paracompact, and show how badly a box pro­ duct of compact or metrizable spaces can fail to be normal.

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