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This publication is a translation of an authoritative introductory textual content according to a lecture sequence brought by way of the popular differential geometer, Professor S S Chern in Beijing college in 1980. the unique chinese language textual content, authored by means of Professor Chern and Professor Wei-Huan Chen, was once a distinct contribution to the maths literature, combining simplicity and economic climate of process with intensity of contents.
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Very intersting applications are given in [M49] and [M52], where the Baire Category Theorem is used in the hyperspace of the unit interval to investigate some special Cantor sets playing a vital role in the theory of Fourier Series. In the second paper, Mazurkiewicz proves the existence of a Cantor set of logarithmic capacity null, which is not a countable union of compact H-sets, introduced by Raichman. e. U-set, is a countable union of compact H-sets. Recently, Debs and Saint-Raymond proved that for any Borel collection B of compact U-sets, closed with respect to compact subsets, there is a compact U-set which is not a countable union of elements of B and, as Mazurkiewicz already noticed in his first paper, Hsets form a Gb -set in the hyperspace (see ).
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Let us illustrate the approach by examining the main idea of the first paper. Mazurkiewicz proves there that, in the hyperspace of the cube, locally connected continua form a set of exactly class Fj. To this end he associates to an arbitrary F,5-set A in the interval I a compactum K(A) in I3 and an open map f : K(A) -+ I such that f -1(t) is an arc if t c A, and a non-locally connected continuum if t E I \ A. It follows that the descriptive complexity of the set of locally connected continua in the hyperspace of K(A) is the same as the complexity of A.