Jason (jcreed) wrote,


Every countable Hausdorff space such that every point
has a regular countable local basis has an integral?
Regular local basis == a local basis (U_i)_{i in I}
such that every U_i contains the closure of some U_{i'}.
Any local basis in a regular space is a regular local basis,
thus the name.

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