International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences
Volume 27 (2001), Issue 11, Pages 645-651
Convergent nets in abelian topological groups
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Received 30 April 2001
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A net in an abelian group is called a -net if there exists a Hausdorff group topology in which the net converges to 0. This
paper describes a fundamental system for the finest group
topology in which the net converges to 0. The paper uses this
description to develop conditions which insure there exists a
Hausdorff group topology in which a particular subgroup is dense
in a group. Examples given include showing that there are
Hausdorff group topologies on in which any
particular axis may be dense and Hausdorff group topologies on
the torus in which is dense.