Topological groups: local versus global
It is well known that locally compact groups are paracompact. We observe that this theorem can be generalized as follows: every locally paracompact group is paracompact. We prove a more general version of this statement using quotients. Similar ‘local implies global’ theorems hold also for many other properties, such as normality, metacompactness, stratifiability, etc.
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