Problems from the book A. Illanes and S. B. Nadler, Jr., Hyperspaces: Fundamentals and Recent Advances, Pure and Applied Mathematics, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, 1999.
|p.205||23.2: Let $Y$ be a connected, locally connected metric space. Then does Theorem 23.1 hold for CLC(Y)?||?|
|p.210||24.7: Is Theorem 24.6 true without the hypothesis that $X$ is locally connected?||?|
|p.211||24.8: Is $F(X)$ unicoherent for every continuum $X$?||?|
|p.214||24.14: Give necessary and/or sufficient conditions for a continuum $X$ to have a confluent Whitney map.||?|
|p.214||24.15: If $X$ is an hereditarily indecomposable continuum, does $2^X$ have monotone Whitney maps?||?|
|p.214||24.16: If $X$ is an hereditarily indecomposable continuum, can $2^X$ have monotone Whitney maps?||?|
|p.215||24.18: Let $X$ be a continuum. What topological properties do the Whitney levels of open Whitney maps for $2^X$ have?||?|
|p.233||27.2:Is there a strong Whitney-reversible property which is not a sequential strong Whitney-reversible property?||Solved|
|p.250||33.13: Is the property of being uniformly pathwise connected a Whitney property? Is this property a Whitney-reversible property (strong Whitney-reversible property, sequential strong Whitney-reversible property)?||Solved|
Problems from the book S. B. Nadler, Jr., Hyperspaces of sets, Monographs and Textbooks in Pure and Applied Math., Vol. 49, Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York, N.Y., 1978.