On the Topological Structure and Properties of Multidimensional (C, R) Spaceopen access
- Bagchi, Susmit
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- topological spaces; quasinorm; norm; projections; topological group
- SYMMETRY-BASEL, v.12, no.9
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- Generally, the linear topological spaces successfully generate Tychonoff product topology in lower dimensions. This paper proposes the construction and analysis of a multidimensional topological space based on the Cartesian product of complex and real spaces in continua. The geometry of the resulting space includes a real plane with planar rotational symmetry. The basis of topological space contains cylindrical open sets. The projection of a cylindrically symmetric continuous function in the topological space onto a complex planar subspace maintains surjectivity. The proposed construction shows that there are two projective topological subspaces admitting non-uniform scaling, where the complex subspace scales at a higher order than the real subspace generating a quasinormed space. Furthermore, the space can be equipped with commutative and finite translations on complex and real subspaces. The complex subspace containing the origin of real subspace supports associativity under finite translation and multiplication operations in a combination. The analysis of the formation of a multidimensional topological group in the space requires first-order translation in complex subspace, where the identity element is located on real plane in the space. Moreover, the complex translation of identity element is restricted within the corresponding real plane. The topological projections support additive group structures in real one-dimensional as well as two-dimensional complex subspaces. Furthermore, a multiplicative group is formed in the real projective space. The topological properties, such as the compactness and homeomorphism of subspaces under various combinations of projections and translations, are analyzed. It is considered that the complex subspace is holomorphic in nature.
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