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A Note on Locally Pathwise Connected Metric Spaces


Given any metric space, we construct its uniformly locally pathwise connected coreflection in the category of all metric spaces and uniformly continuous maps.

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Baboolal, D., Pillay, P. A Note on Locally Pathwise Connected Metric Spaces. Appl Categor Struct 16, 495–501 (2008).

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  • Metric space
  • Locally pathwise connected
  • Uniformly locally pathwise connected

Mathematics Subject Classification (2000)

  • 54A05