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TWO EXAMPLES OF QTOPOLOGIESRade Zivaljevi\'cMatematicki institut SANU, Beograd, YugoslaviaAbstract: A pair $(Y,\tau)$, where $Y$ is an internal set, whereas $\tau$ is a topology (usually external) on $Y$, is called a $^*$topological space if $\tau$ has an internal base. The main example is $(^*X,\overline\tau)$ where $(X,\tau)$ is a standard topological space and $\overline\tau$ the topology generated by $^*\tau$. This is the so called $Q$topology on $^*X$ induced by $(X,\tau)$, a notion introduced by A. Robinson in [4]. This note contains negative answers to some questions of R. W. Button, [1], who asked whether the following implications $$ \align &(^*X,\overline\tau)\enskip\text{normal}\enskip\Rightarrow (X,\tau) \enskip\text{normal} Classification (MSC2000): 03M05, 54J05 Full text of the article:
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