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IMCS/Publications/BASM/Issues/BASM n.2 (72) -n.3 (73), 2013/

A selection theorem for set-valued maps into normally supercompact spaces

Authors: V. Valov

Abstract

The following selection theorem is established:\\ Let $X$ be a compactum possessing a binary normal subbase $\mathcal S$ for its closed subsets. Then every set-valued $\mathcal S$-continuous map $\Phi\colon Z\to X$ with closed $\mathcal S$-convex values, where $Z$ is an arbitrary space, has a continuous single-valued selection. More generally, if $A\subset Z$ is closed and any map from $A$ to $X$ is continuously extendable to a map from $Z$ to $X$, then every selection for $\Phi|A$ can be extended to a selection for $\Phi$.\\ This theorem implies that if $X$ is a $\kappa$-metrizable (resp., $\kappa$-metrizable and connected) compactum with a normal binary closed subbase $\mathcal S$, then every open $\mathcal S$-convex surjection $f\colon X\to Y$ is a zero-soft (resp., soft) map. Our results provide some generalizations and specifications of Ivanov's results (see [5--7]) concerning superextensions of $\kappa$-metrizable compacta.

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