Functions on $n$-generalized Topological Spaces

Cherry Mae Rivas Balingit, Julius Benitez


An $n$-generalized topological ($n$-GT) space is a pair $(X,\mathscr{G})$ of a nonempty set $X$ and a collection $\mathscr{G}$ of $n$ $(n\in\mathbb{N})$ distinct generalized topologies (in the sense of A. Cs\'{a}sz\'{a}r [1]) on the set $X$. In this paper, we look into $\mathscr{G}$-continuous maps, $\mathscr{G}$-open and $\mathscr{G}$-closed maps, as well as $\mathscr{G}$-homoemorphisms in terms of $n$-GT spaces and establish some of their basic properties and relationships. Moreover, these notions are also examined with respect to the component generalized topologies of the underlying spaces by defining and characterizing pairwise versions of the said types of mappings.


$\mathscr{G}$-continuous maps;$\mathscr{G}$-open maps;$\mathscr{G}$-closed maps;$\mathscr{G}$-homoemorphisms

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