Difference between revisions of "Quotient topology"

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Quotient topology is a concept in the branch of [[mathematics]] known as [[topology]].  Where there is only one map ''f: X -> Y'', this is a [[strong topology]] on ''Y'' and it is defined as the '''quotient topology''' induced on ''Y'' by ''f''.
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'''Quotient topology''' is a concept in the branch of [[mathematics]] known as [[topology]].  Where there is only one map ''f: X -> Y'', this is a [[strong topology]] on ''Y'' and it is defined as the quotient topology induced on ''Y'' by ''f''.
 
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Revision as of 19:50, 12 November 2007

Quotient topology is a concept in the branch of mathematics known as topology. Where there is only one map f: X -> Y, this is a strong topology on Y and it is defined as the quotient topology induced on Y by f.