Density Topology in Romanovski Spaces

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  • Department of Mathematics, University of North Bengal, Raja Rammohanpur, Darjeeling, West Bengal ,IN
  • Department of Mathematics, University of Kalyani, Kalyani, West Bengal ,IN


Goffman and Waterman [S] introduced a new topology in the real number space and showed that the approximately continuous functions are continuous in this topology. They called it the density topology or in short d-topology. Subsequently, various properties of d-topology in the real number space were proved by various authors {See for example [6], [13], [14], [18]}. Martin [12] extended the concept of density topology in a measure space and proved some of its topological properties. The concept of density topology was further extended to topological group in [1].


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Saha, P. K., & Lahiri, B. K. (1989). Density Topology in Romanovski Spaces. The Journal of the Indian Mathematical Society, 54(1-4), 65–84. Retrieved from