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dc.contributor.advisorTholen, Walter
dc.creatorSozubek, Serdar
dc.description.abstractLawvere's notion of completeness for quantale-enriched categories has been extended to the theory of lax algebras under the name of L-completeness. In this work we introduce the corresponding morphism concept and examine its properties. We explore some important relativized topological concepts like separation, density, compactness and compactification with respect to L-complete morphisms. We show that separated L-complete morphisms belong to a factorization system. Moreover, we investigate relativized topological concepts with respect to maps that preserve L-closure which is the natural symmetrized closure for lax algebras. We provide concrete characterizations of Zariski closure and Zariski compactness for approach spaces.
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dc.titleA topological theory of (T,V)-categories
dc.typeElectronic Thesis or Dissertation & Statistics - Doctor of Philosophy
dc.subject.keywordsL-complete morphisms
dc.subject.keywordsLax algebras
dc.subject.keywordsTopological concepts

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