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Tag Archives: BaerSpecker Group
Higher Dimensional Earrings
The (1dimensional) earring space is a 1dimensional Peano continuum (connected, locally pathconnected, compact metric space) constructed by adjoining a shrinking sequence of circles at a single point. The importance of stems from the fact that this is the prototypical space … Continue reading
The BaerSpecker Group
One of the infinite abelian groups that is important to infinite abelian group theory and which has shown up naturally in previous posts on infinitary fundamental groups is the BaerSpecker group, often just called the Specker group. This post isn’t … Continue reading