Compact self T1-complementary spaces without isolated points
Keywords:Alexandroff duplicate, ˇCech–Stone compactification, Compact, Isolated point, T1-complementary, Transversal topology
AbstractWe present an example of a compact Hausdorff self T1-complementary space without isolated points. This answers Question 3.11 from [A compact Hausdorff topology that is a T1-complementof itself, Fund. Math. 175 (2002), 163–173] affirmatively.
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