Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications

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Topology + Algebra and Analysis

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32nd Summer Conference on Topology and Its Applications


In relation to Itzkowitz's problem, we show that a c-bounded P-group is balanced if and only if it is functionally balanced. We prove that for an arbitrary P-group, being functionally balanced is equivalent to being strongly functionally balanced. A special focus is given to the uniform free topological group defined over a uniform P-space. In particular, we show that this group is (functionally) balanced precisely when its subsets Bn, consisting of words of length at most n, are all (resp., functionally) balanced.


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