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```Journal of Al-Nahrain University
Science
Vol.17 (1), March, 2014, pp.160-166
Minimal and Maximal Beta Open Sets
Qays Rashid Shakir
Operations Management Techniques Department-Technical College of Management Baghdad,
E-mail: [email protected].
Abstract
The present paper deals and discusses new types of sets all of these concepts completely
depended on the concept of Beta open set. The importance concepts which introduced in this paper
are minimal -open and maximal  -open sets. Besides, new types of topological spaces introduced
which called Tminand Tmaxspaces. Also we present new two maps of continuity which called
minimal  -continuous and maximal  -continuous. Additionally we investigated some fundamental
properties of the concepts which presented in this paper.
Keywords: minimal  -open set, maximal
-continuous
-open
set, minimal
-continuous
and maximal
contained in A is called the interior of A and
denoted by AO and the intersection of all
closed subset of X which contain A is called
the closure of A and denoted by A.
Introduction
Minimal and maximal sets play an
important role in the researches of generalized
topological spaces, Nakaoka and Oda
introduced these concepts in [1] and [2] and
they used them to investigate many topological
properties. In this paper we introduced
the notion of minimal  -open and maximal
-open and their complements.
Definition (6) [5]:
A subset A of a space X is called a
o
-open
set if A A .The complement of a  -open
set is defined to be a  -closed set.
Definition (7) [5]: Let X and Y be topological
spaces and f:XY is a map then f is called a
Definition (1) [1]:
A proper nonempty open subset O of a
topological space X is said to be minimal open
set if any open set which is contained in O is
 or O.
-continuous function if f1(A) is a -open
set in X for every open set A in Y.
Minimal and Maximal
Definition (2) [2]:
A proper nonempty open subset O of a
topological space X is said to be maximal open
set if any open set which is contains O is O or
X.
-open sets
Definition (8):
A proper  -open subset B of a topological
space X is said to be a minimal  -open set if
any  -open set which is contained in B is 
or B.
Definition (3) [3]:
A proper nonempty closed subset O of a
topological space X is said to be minimal
closed set if any closed set which is contained
in O is  or O.
Definition (9):
A proper nonempty  -open subset B of a
topological space X is said to be a maximal
-open set if any -open set which contains
B is X or B.
Definition (4) [3]:
A proper nonempty closed subset O of a
topological space X is said to be maximal
closed set if any closed set which is contains O
is O or X.
Definition (10):
A proper nonempty  -closed subset F of a
topological space X is said to be a minimal
-closed set if any -closed set which is
contained in F is  or F.
Definition (5) [4]:
Let A be a subset of a topological space X,
then the union of all open subset of X which
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XDF and this contradict being F is
minimal  -closed.
let F be a -closed subset of X, suppose
that there is a  -closed K  such that
KF thus XFXKbut X-K is proper
-open set. Contradiction to the assumption of
being X-F is maximal  -open.■
Definition (11):
A proper nonempty  -closed subset F of a
topological space X is said to be a maximal
-closed set if any -closed set which
contains F is X or F.
Remarks (12):
(1) The family of all minimal  -open (resp.
minimal -closed) sets of a topological
space X is denoted by MiO(X) (resp.
MiC(X) ).
(2) The family of all maximal  -open (resp.
maximal -closed) sets of a topological
space X is denoted by MaO(X)(resp.
Theorem (16):
Let U and V be maximal  -open subsets
of a Topological space X, then UUV  X or
U=V.
Proof:
If UUV  X then the proof is complete.
If not, i.e. UUV  X so we have to show that
U=V.
Since UUV  X so U UUV and
V UUV .
But U is maximal  -open set, so UUV  X
or UUV U
Thus UUV U and so VU.
Now since V UUV and V is maximal
f-open set, so UUV  X or UUV V ,but
UUV  X so UUV V and hence UV
Therefore U=V.■
MaC(X)).
Remark (13):
The concept of minimal  -open, maximal
-open, minimal -closed and maximal
f-closed are independent of each other as in the
following example. Example (14): let X = {a,
b, c} and
{a, b}, X} so
 = { , {a},
O(X){,{a},{a,b},{a,c},X},
MiO(X)  {{a}},
MiC(X) {{c},{b}},
MaO(X) {{a,b},{a,c}},
MaC(X) {{b,c}}
Theorem (17):
Let U be a maximal  -open and V be a
-open subsets of a Topological space X then
UUV  X or VU.
So the following table show that the new sets
are independent each other.
Table (1).
Proof:
If UUV  X then the proof is complete.
If UUV  X so U UUV and V UUV .
Since U is maximal  -open and U UUV so
by definition of Maximal  -open we have that
UUV  X or UUV Ubut UUV  X so
UUV U and hence VU.■
Theorem (15):
Let F be a subset of a topological space X,
then F is a minimal  -closed if and only if XF is maximal  -open set.
Theorem (18):
Let U be a maximal  -open subset of a
Topological space X with xX/ Uthen
X/ UV for any -open subset of X with
xV.
Proof:
Let xX/ Uand xV, so VU,
thus
by
(17)
we
have
that
Proof:
let F be a minimal -closed, so X-F is
-open. We have to show that X-F is maximal
-open suppose not, so there is a -open
subset D of X such that XFD hence
UUV  X  X \UI  X \V 
X\ UV. ■
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V I W V I  X I W
Set Theory
V I WI UUV by (2.9 )
V I WI UUWI V Set Theory
V I WI UUV I WI VSet Theory
UI VUV I W sinceUI V W
Theorem (19):
Let F be a minimal  -closed and K be a
-closed subsets of a topological space X then
FI K or FK.
Proof:
If FI K  then the proof is complete.
If FI K then we have to show that
FK.
Since FI K  then FI K F and
FI K K.
But F is minimal  -closed, so we have
FI K F or FI K .
Thus FI K  F
So FK.■
UUWI V Set Theory
 X I V sinceU UW  X Thus VI WV
V
implies VW but V is maximal  -open
therefore
V=W
or
VUW X but
VUW X so V=W. ■
Theorem (22):
U, V and W be maximal  -open subsets of
a Topological space X which are different
from each other, then UI V UI W
Proof:
Let UI V UI W
Theorem (20):
Let F and K be minimal  -closed subsets
of a topological space X then FI K  or
FK.
UI VUWI V UI WUWI V
UI WUV UI VUW
X UV  X UW
V W
But V is maximal  -open and W is a proper
Proof:
If FI K  then the proof is complete.
If FI K then we have to show that
FK.
Since
FI K  so FI K F or
FI K K.
Since F is minimal  -closed so we have
FI K F or FI K  . But FI K 
hence FI K  F which means FK.
Now since K is minimal  -closed so we have
FI K K or FI K  . But FI K 
hence FI K  K which means KF.
Therefore F=K. ■
subset of X so V=U, this result contradicts the
fact that U, V and W are different from each
other. Hence UVUW ■
Theorem (23):
Let F be a minimal  -closed subset of a
Topological space X , if xFthen FK for
any  -closed subset K of X containing x.
Proof:
Suppose xKand FK so FI KF
and FI K  since xFI K
But F is minimal  -closed so FI K  F. or
FI K  .
hence FI K  F which contract the relation
FI K F. Therefore FK.■
Theorem (21):
Let U, V and W be maximal  -open
subsets of a Topological space X such that
U V, if UI V W, then either U=W or
V=W.
Proof:
Suppose that UI V W, if U=W then the
proof is complete.
If U Wwe have to show that V=W
Theorem:
Let F
-closed
and
sets if
F () be minimal
F UF then there exists
A
OAsuch that FFO .
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 Let X is Tmaxspace. Suppose that X is
not Tmin, so there is a proper  -open subset
Proof:
First we have to show that
FI FO ,
FO X\ F and
FI FO then
F  U F X \ F which
suppose that
so
A
is
K of X which is not minimal, this mean there
exist an  -open subset of X with   HK.
Thus we get that H is not maximal which is
contradict of being X is Tmax.■
a
FI FO . and hence
FI FO F and FI FO FO
since FI FO F and F is minimal  -closed
then FI FO  F or F I FO 
thus FI FO  F and hence FO F. Now
since FI FO FO and FO is minimal
-closed then FI FO  FO or FI FO .
Thus FI FO  FO and hence F FO .
Therefore F FO .■
Theorem (29):
A topological space X is
Tmin space if
and only if every nonempty proper  -closed
subset of X is maximal  -closed set in X.
Proof:
let F be a proper -closed subset of X and
suppose F is not maximal.
So there exists an  -closed subset K of X with
KX such that FK.
Thus XKXF. Hence X-F is a proper
-open which is not minimal and this
contradicts of being X is Tminspace.
Tminand Tmaxspace
Definition (24):
A topological space X is said to be
Tminspace if every nonempty proper
Suppose U is a proper -open subset of X.
thus X-U is a proper  -closed subset of X, so
X-U is maximal  -closed subset of X. and by
(15) U is minimal  -open. thus X is Tmin
-open subset of X is minimal -open set.
Definition (25):
A topological space X is said to be Tmax
space if every nonempty proper  -open subset
of X is maximal  -open set.
space. ■
Theorem (30):
A topological space X is
Tmax space if
and only if every nonempty proper  -closed
subset of X is minimal  -closed set in X.
Example (26):
Let X={a, b, c} and {,{a,b},{c},X}
thus O(X)=  , it is clear that {a, b} and {c}
are maximal and minimal -open sets thus the
space X is both Tminand Tmax.
Proof:
 let F be a proper -closed subset of X,
suppose F is not minimal  -closed in X, so
there is a proper  -closed subset of X such
that KF
Thus XFXKbut X-K is proper  -open
in X so X-F is not maximal in X.
Contradiction to the fact X-F is maximal
-open.
let U be a proper -open subset of X, then
X-U is a proper  -closed subset of X and so it
is minimal  -closed set. By (15) we get that U
is maximal  -open. ■
Remark (27):
Tminand Tmaxspaces are identical.
Theorem (28):
A space X is
Tmin if
and only if it is
Tmax.
Proof:
 Let X is
Tmin space. Suppose that X is
not Tmax, so there is a proper -open subset
K of X which is not maximal, this mean there
exist a -open subset of X with KH .
Thus we get that H is not minimal which is
contradict of being X is Tmax.
Theorem (31):
Every pair of different minimal
sets of Tminare disjoint.
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Proof: Let U and V be minimal f-open subsets
of Tminspace X such that UV to show
Definition (35):
Let X and Y be topological spaces, a map
f : XYisn called maximal -continuous if
that UI V  suppose not i.e. UI V  .
So UI V U andUI V V .
Since
UI V Uand U is minimal -open then
UI V U or UI V  thus UI V U.
Now since UI V V and V is minimal
then
UI V V orUI V 
-open
thus UI V V .
Hence we get that U=V this result contradicts
the fact that U and V are different.
Therefore UI V  .■
f 1(U) is maximal -open in X for any open
subset U of Y.
Example (36):
Let X =
Y = {a, b, c} and
f :(X,) (Y,)is the identity map, where
={ , {a}, {b},{a, b}, X} and ={ , {a, c},
Y} then f is maximal  -continuous since the
only proper open subset of Y is {a, c}
and f 1({a, c}){a, c}is maximal
X.
Theorem (32):
Union of every pair of different maximal
-open sets in Tmaxspace X is X.
Theorem (37):
Every minimal
-continuous.
Proof: Let U and V be maximal  -open
subsets of Tmaxspace X such that UV to
that UUV  X suppose not i.e.
UUV  X .
So U UUV andV UUV .
Since U UUV and U is maximal  -open
then UUV U orUUV  X .
Thus UUV U… (1).
Now since V UUV and V is maximal
-open then UUV V or UI V  X
Thus UUV V … (2)
Hence from (1) and (2) we get that U=V this
result contradicts the fact that U and V are
different. Therefore UI V  X .■
Remark 38:
The converse is not true in general as in
the following example.
Example (39):
Let X =
Y = {a, b, c} and
is
f :(X,) (Y,) the identity map, where
={ , {a}, {c}, {a, c}, X} and ={ , {a, c},
Y} then f is  -continuous but f is not minimal
-open
-continuous since f1({a,c}){a,c} is not
minimal  -open since {a}O(X) and
{a}{a,c} .
f 1(U) is minimal -open in X for any open
Theorem (40):
Let X and Y be topological spaces, if
f : XYis an -continuous onto map and
X is Tmin space then f is minimal
subset U of Y.
Y
=
{a,
b,
c}
-continuous.
and
f :(X,) (Y,)is the identity map, where
={ , {a}, {a, b}, X} and ={ , {a}, Y}
then f is minimal -continuous since the only
proper
open
subset
of
and f 1({a}){a}is minimal
Y
is
map is
f : XY be a minimal -continuous
map and U be open subset of Y. then f 1(U)
is minimal  -open in X and so f 1(U) is
-open subset of X.■
Definition (33):
Let X and Y be topological spaces, a map
f : XYis called minimal -continuous if
Example (34):
Let X =
-continuous
in
Proof:
Let
show
Continuity with Minimal and Maximal
Sets
-open
Proof:
It is clear that the inverse image of  and Y
are f-open subsets of X. So let U be a proper
open subset of Y. Since f is f-continuous so
{a}
-open in X.
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f 1(U) is proper f-open subset of X, but X is
Tminso f 1(U) minimal f-open.■
maximal  -continuous since f 1({a}){a} is
not maximal  -open since  {a,c} {a}.
Remark (41):
The converse is not true in general as in
the following example.
Remark (49):
Minimal  -continuous and maximal
-continuous maps are independent of each
other and the following examples show that.
Example (42):
In (34) f is minimal f-continuous but X is
not Tmin.
Example (50):
In (36) f is maximal
f1({a,c}){a,c}is -open
minimal  -continuous.
Theorem (43):
Let X and Y be topological spaces, if
f : XYis a -continuous onto map and X
Tminspace then f is maximal -continuous.
so
subset of X but
maximal
-open in
Theorem (52):
Let f : XYbe a map and X and Y be
topological spaces, then f is maximal (resp.
minimal)  -continuous if and only if f 1(F)
is minimal (resp. maximal)  -closed subset of
X for each closed subset F of Y.
Proof: let F be a closed set in Y. thus Y-F is
-open.■
Remark (44):
The converse is not true in general as in
the following example.
Example (45): In (36) f is maximal
-continuous but X is not Tminspace.
-continuous
but f is not
since f1({b}){b} is not maximal
X.
f 1(U) is a proper -open
X is Tmin so f 1(U) is
Theorem (46):
Every maximal
-continuous.
since
Example (51):
In (34) f is minimal  -continuous but it is
not maximal  -continuous
Proof:
It is clear that the inverse image of  and Y
are -open subsets of X. So let U
be a proper open subset of Y. Since f is
-continuous
-continuous
f1(YF) is maximal (resp.
1
1
maximal)  -open. but f (YF)  Xf (F)
1
so f (F) is minimal (resp. maximal)  open and so
closed.
map is
Theorem (53):
Let X,Y and Z be topological spaces, if
f : XYis a minimal ( respect. maximal)
-continuous map and g:YZ is a
continuous map then gf : XZ is a
minimal (resp. maximal )  -continuous map.
Proof:
Let
f : XYbe a maximal -continuous
map and U be open subset of Y. then f 1(U)
is maximal -open in X and so f 1(U) is
-open subset of X.■
Proof: Let U be an open subset of Z, since g is
continuous so g1(U) is an open subset of Y.
But f is minimal (respect. maximal)
Remark (47):
The Converse is not true in general as in
the following example.
-continuous thus f1(g1(U)) gf 1 is a
minimal (respect. maximal)  -open subset of
Example (48):
Let X =
X.■
Y = {a, b, c} and
f :(X,) (Y,)is the identity map, then
where ={  , {a}, {a, c}, X} and ={  , {a},
Y} then f is  -continuous but f is not
Conclusion
In this paper we get some theorems
presented to reveal many various properties of
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the minimal -open and maximal  -open and
their complements and we defined two types
of topological spaces and finally we defined
continuity over the new sets which produced
here.
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‫الخالصة‬
‫يناقش البحث الحالي أنواعا جديدة من المجموعات‬
‫ وكل هذه المفاهيم تعتمد على مفهوم‬.‫ويتعامل معها‬
‫المجموعة المفتوحة من النمط بيتا وأهم هذه المفاهيم التي‬
‫قدمت في هذا البحث هي المجموعة المفتوحة بيتا االصغرية‬
‫ كما تم تقديم نوعين‬.‫و المجموعة المفتوحة بيتا االكبرية‬
‫جديدين من الفضاءات التبولوجيا سميت الفضاء من النمط‬
‫ كذلك قمنا بتعريف‬. Tmax ‫و الفضاء من النمط‬
Tmin
‫نمطين جديدين من الدوال المستمرة هما الدالة المستمرة‬
‫االصغرية من النمط بيتا و الدالة المستمرة االكبرية من النمط‬
‫ باالضافة الى ذلك تم دراسة بعض الخواص االساسية‬،‫بيتا‬
.‫للمفاهيم المطروحة في هذا البحث‬
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