binormal topological space

Let $I = [0.1]$ be the closed unit interval with the standard topology. A topological space is **binormal** if $X\times I$ is a normal topological space (satisfies separation axioms $T_4$ and $T_1$).

Exercise I.B2 in Spanier: If $X$ is a binormal space, $Y$ a normal space and $f:X\to Y$ continuous, the mapping cylinder of $f$ is a normal space.

**Borsuk’s homotopy extension theorem**. (Exercise I.D2 in Spanier) Let $A$ be a closed subspace of a binormal space $X$. Then $(X,A)$ has the homotopy extension property with respect to any absolute neighborhood retract $Y$.

- Edwin H. Spanier,
*Algebraic topology*, Springer 1966

category: topology

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