Regan, Thomas Michael
Wilde, Carroll O.
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In this paper the notion of a quotient topology is extended to uniform spaces, and a quotient uniformity is defined for a uniform space. After the definition is validated its basic properties are investigated and its relation to the quotient topology is discussed.
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