@article{Methods of Generating Soft Topologies and Soft Separation Axioms_2024, place={Maryland, USA}, volume={17}, url={https://www.ejpam.com/index.php/ejpam/article/view/5161}, DOI={10.29020/nybg.ejpam.v17i2.5161}, abstractNote={The paper develops a novel analysis of mutual interactions between topology and soft topology. It is known that each soft topology produces a system of crisp (parameterized) topologies. The other way round is also possible. Namely, one can generate a soft topology from a system of crisp topologies. Different methods of producing soft topologies are discussed by implementing two formulas. Then, the relationships between the resulting soft topologies are obtained. With the help of an example, it is demonstrated that one formula is more constructible than the other. Now, it is reasonable to ask which (topological) properties of a soft topology can be transferred to the set of crisp topologies, or the opposite. To address this question, we consider the standard separation axioms and show how well these axioms can be preserved when moving from a system of crisp topologies to the soft topology generated by it and contrariwise. Additionally, our findings extend and disprove some results from the literature.}, number={2}, journal={European Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics}, year={2024}, month={Apr.}, pages={1168–1182} }