B.Sc. (Zaire); M.Sc (Virginia Tech)
Ph.D. (1985) Virginia Tech.
Senior Lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Capetown in South Africa
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Function Spaces, and in particular the C(X)-theory (where C(X) denotes the set of continuous real or complex-valued functions on a space X). My interest in spaces of continuous functions arose from the following fascinating phenomenon: Every Tychonoff space X can be regarded (by identifying each point with a linear functional on C(X)) as a Hamel basis of a certain locally convex Hausdorff space; and every locally convex Hausdorff space can be realised as a space of continuous functions.
(with R.A. McCoy), Topological properties of spaces of continuous functions, Lecture Notes in Math. 1315, Springer-Verlag, 1988.
Special maps on spaces of continuous functions, J. Ramanujan Math. Soc. 5 (1990) no.2, 87-105.
(with R.A. McCoy), Properties of C(X) with the epitopology, Bolletino U.M.I. 7(6-B) (1992), 507-532.
On the weak topology of Cp(X), Questions Answers Gen. Topology 12 (1994) no. 2, 193-204.
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