Point-set topology, also known as general topology, is a branch of topology concerned with how to put a structure on a set in such a way as to generalize the idea of continuity for maps from the real numbers to itself. A topology on a set X is a certain set of so-called open subsets of the set X which satisfy various axioms. The set X together with this topology is called a topological space.
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