Dcpos built as graphs of functions

Let X and P be two dcpos, and let ψ be a map from X to P. When is the graph of ψ a dcpo? I will give you a funny sufficient condition, which involves the so-called d-topology, and Hausdorffness. I will briefly explain how this can be used to show that every Π02 subset of a continuous dcpo is domain-complete, namely, is homeomorphic to a Gδ subset of some other continuous dcpo. Read the full post.

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