In mathematics, the term countably generated can have several meanings:
- An algebraic structure (group, module, algebra) having countably many generators, see generating set
- Countably generated space, a topological space in which the topology is determined by its countable subsets
- Countably generated module. (Kaplansky's theorem says that a projective module is a direct sum of countably generated modules.)
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... A topological space X is called countably generated if V is closed in X whenever for each countable subspace U of X the set is closed in U ... Equivalently, X is countably generated if and only if the closure of any subset A of X equals the union of closures of all countable subsets of A ... A quotient of countably generated space is again countably generated ...
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