Arnautov's problems on semitopological isomorphisms

Dikran Dikranjan, Anna Giordano Bruno

Abstract

Semitopological isomorphisms of topological groups were introduced by Arnautov [2], who posed several questions related to compositions of semitopological isomorphisms and about the groups G (we call them Arnautov groups) such that for every group topology on G every semitopological isomorphism with domain (G, ) is necessarily open (i.e., a topological isomorphism). We propose a different approach to these problems by introducing appropriate new notions, necessary for a deeper understanding of Arnautov groups. This allows us to find some partial answers and many examples. In particular, we discuss the relation with minimal groups and non-topologizable groups.


Keywords

A-complete topology; Heisenberg group; Markov group; Minimal group; Open mapping theorem; Permutations group; Semitopological isomorphism; Taımanov topology; Topologizable group

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