@article{389,
author = "David Delali Zigli and Vivian Maanu and Samuel Amoako and Prince Nimako Gyasi",
abstract = "Topology is one of the active areas of all mathematics. Conventionally, it is considered one of the three areas of pure mathematics, together with algebra and analysis. Formally, if X is a set and τ a family of subsets of X, then τ is a topology on X if both the empty set and X are elements of, τ, any union of elements of τ is an element of, τ and any intersection of finitely many elements of τ is an element of τ. However, checking the topology of a set with cardinality manually is difficult and time-consuming. This study, therefore, introduced a technologically inclined approach (the Python programming language) with a well-developed user-interface for checking the topology of a set or sets with cardinality. The programming language (Python code) was developed using principles of set theory and the definition of the topology of a set. The friendly user-interface developed with the embedded algorithm is able to determine the topology of a set with a larger cardinality and also extract the open and closed sets of the topology, hence making it faster and cheaper.",
issn = "23942894",
journal = "IJASM",
keywords = "Topological Set;Open Set;Cardinality;Programming;Elements",
month = "January",
number = "1",
pages = "16-31",
title = "{O}n the {T}opological {S}ets of {L}arger {C}ardinalities",
volume = "9",
year = "2022",
}