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• #### A topological characterization of countable functionals ﻿

(1964)
This topology is called the neighborhood topology. It then follows that a functional F is countable if it is continuous on the neighborhood topology. This then is our topological characterization. The topology is shown to be metrizable by observing that the base is both countable and closed. The above definitions and results are extended to include ...