Remarks on the finite derived set property
Keywords:Accumulation points, Urysohn spaces, Product, Function spaces
The finite derived set property asserts that any infinite subset of a space has an infinite subset with only finitely many accumulation points. Among other things, we study this property in the case of a function space with the topology of pointwise convergence.
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