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On finitesheeted covering mappings onto solenoids
 Proc. Amer. Math. Soc
"... Abstract. We study limit mappings from a solenoid onto itself. It is shown that each equivalence class of finitesheeted covering mappings from connected topological spaces onto a solenoid is determined by a limit mapping. Properties of periodic points of limit mappings are also studied. ..."
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Abstract. We study limit mappings from a solenoid onto itself. It is shown that each equivalence class of finitesheeted covering mappings from connected topological spaces onto a solenoid is determined by a limit mapping. Properties of periodic points of limit mappings are also studied.
FUNDAMENTAL PUSHOUT TOPOSES
"... Abstract. The author [2, 5] introduced and employed certain ‘fundamental pushout toposes ’ in the construction of the coverings fundamental groupoid of a locally connected topos. Our main purpose in this paper is to generalize this construction without the local connectedness assumption. In the spir ..."
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Abstract. The author [2, 5] introduced and employed certain ‘fundamental pushout toposes ’ in the construction of the coverings fundamental groupoid of a locally connected topos. Our main purpose in this paper is to generalize this construction without the local connectedness assumption. In the spirit of [16, 10, 8] we replace connected components by constructively complemented, or definable, monomorphisms [1]. Unlike the locally connected case, where the fundamental groupoid is localic prodiscrete and its classifying topos is a Galois topos, in the general case our version of the fundamental groupoid is a locally discrete progroupoid and there is no intrinsic Galois theory in the sense of [19]. We also discuss covering projections, locally trivial, and branched coverings without local connectedness by analogy with, but also necessarily departing from, the locally connected case [13, 11, 7]. Throughout, we work abstractly in a setting given axiomatically by a category V of locally discrete locales that has as examples the categories D of discrete locales, and Z of zerodimensional locales [9]. In this fashion we are led to give unified and often simpler proofs of old theorems in the locally connected case, as well as new ones without that assumption.