Rendiconti dell'Istituto di Matematica dell'Università di Trieste: an International Journal of Mathematics vol.32 (2001) s2 : [14] Collection home page

CONTENTS

Giuliano Artico and Umberto Marconi
A Result about Selectors in non-Archimedean Spaces

Gianni Bosi and Romano Isler
Continuous Order-Preserving Functions on a Preordered Completely Regular Topological Space

Maria Manuel Clementino and Walter Tholen
A Note on Local Compactness

Vicente D. Estruch and José Pastor
A Pseudo-Measure of Fuzziness

Vicente D. Estruch and Anna Vidal
A Note on Fixed Fuzzy Points for Fuzzy Mappings

F. Garibay, M. Sanchis and R. Vera
Dynamical Systems from Uniform Completions

Dennis J. Garity
Unknotting Numbers are not Realized in Minimal Projections for a Class of Rational Knots

M. Isabel Garrido and Jesùs A. Jaramillo
Representation of Homomorphisms on Function Lattices

Valentín Gregori, Salvador Romaguera and Almanzor Sapena
Uniform Continuity in Fuzzy Metric Spaces

Esteban Induráin
The Concept of Separable Connectedness: Applications to General Utility Theory

Mark Nauwelaerts
The Cartesian Closed Topological Hull of the Category of (Quasi-)Uniform Spaces (Revisited)

Petr Simon
A Connected, not Separably Connected Metric Space

Mark Sioen
How Many Closed Structures does the Construct PRAP Admit?

Bruno Zimmermann
On Hyperbolic 3-Orbifolds of Small Volume and Small Heegaard Genus

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PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
14-zimmer.pdf.jpg2001On Hyperbolic 3-Orbifolds of Small Volume and Small Heegaard GenusZimmermann, Bruno
13-sioen.pdf.jpg2001How Many Closed Structures does the Construct PRAP Admit?Sioen, Mark
12-simon.pdf.jpg2001A Connected, not Separably Connected Metric SpaceSimon, Petr
11-nauwelaerts.pdf.jpg2001The Cartesian Closed Topological Hull of the Category of (Quasi-)Uniform Spaces (Revisited)Nauwelaerts, Mark
10-indurain.pdf.jpg2001The Concept of Separable Connectedness: Applications to General Utility TheoryInduráin, Esteban
09-gregoriromaguerasapena.pdf.jpg2001Uniform Continuity in Fuzzy Metric SpacesGregori, Valentín; Romaguera, Salvador; Sapena, Almanzor
08-garridojaramillo.pdf.jpg2001Representation of Homomorphisms on Function LatticesGarrido, M. Isabel; Jaramillo, Jesùs A.
07-garity.pdf.jpg2001Unknotting Numbers are not Realized in Minimal Projections for a Class of Rational KnotsGarity, Dennis J.
06-garibay.pdf.jpg2001Dynamical Systems from Uniform CompletionsGaribay, F.; Sanchis, M.; Vera, R.
05-estruchvidal.pdf.jpg2001A Note on Fixed Fuzzy Points for Fuzzy MappingsEstruch, Vicente D.; Vidal, Anna
04-estruchpastor.pdf.jpg2001A Pseudo-Measure of FuzzinessEstruch, Vicente D.; Pastor, José
03-clemtholen.pdf.jpg2001A Note on Local CompactnessClementino, Maria Manuel
02-bosiisler.pdf.jpg2001Continuous Order-Preserving Functions on a Preordered Completely Regular Topological SpaceBosi, Gianni; Isler, Romano
01-artico.pdf.jpg2001A Result about Selectors in non-Archimedean SpacesArtico, Giuliano; Marconi, Umberto
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 14 of 14
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