The Sequential and Contractible Topological Embeddings of Functional Groupsopen access
- Bagchi, Susmit
- Issue Date
- topological spaces; group decomposition; homeomorphism; sequence; Schoenflies embeddings; 54E05; 54E15; 54H10
- SYMMETRY-BASEL, v.12, no.5
- Journal Title
- The continuous and injective embeddings of closed curves in Hausdorff topological spaces maintain isometry in subspaces generating components. An embedding of a circle group within a topological space creates isometric subspace with rotational symmetry. This paper introduces the generalized algebraic construction of functional groups and its topological embeddings into normal spaces maintaining homeomorphism of functional groups. The proposed algebraic construction of functional groups maintains homeomorphism to rotationally symmetric circle groups. The embeddings of functional groups are constructed in a sequence in the normal topological spaces. First, the topological decomposition and associated embeddings of a generalized group algebraic structure in the lower dimensional space is presented. It is shown that the one-point compactification property of topological space containing the decomposed group embeddings can be identified. Second, the sequential topological embeddings of functional groups are formulated. The proposed sequential embeddings follow Schoenflies property within the normal topological space. The preservation of homeomorphism between disjoint functional group embeddings under Banach-type contraction is analyzed taking into consideration that the underlying topological space is Hausdorff and the embeddings are in a monotone class. It is shown that components in a monotone class of isometry are not separable, whereas the multiple disjoint monotone class of embeddings are separable. A comparative analysis of the proposed concepts and formulations with respect to the existing structures is included in the paper.
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