Is there a standard abbreviation for the category of topological pairs? I have searched for it in vain.
Consider the common surface of a spherical segment crossed with a spherical wedge. This produces a pseudo-rectangle in the sphere surface, and a perfect rectangle in a mercator projection. What's the ...
Which of these definitions is more commonly used, and in which contexts? Fix a point $x\in (X, \tau)$. Then a neighborhood around a point $x$ is: a set $N\ni x$ and $N\in \tau$ a set $N$ with $x\in ...