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Comparison of topologies

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  1. The set of all topologies on a set X together with the partial ordering relation &sube

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  2. In topology and related areas of mathematics comparison of topologies refers to the fact that two topological structures on a given set may stand in relation to each other

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  3. The set of all possible topologies on a given set forms a partially ordered set

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  4. This order relation can be used to compare the different topologies

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  5. Let τ1 and τ2 be two topologies on a set X such that τ1 is contained in τ2: That is, every set open under τ1 is also open under τ2

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