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continuous metric space valued function on compact metric space is uniformly continuous
paracompact Hausdorff spaces equivalently admit subordinate partitions of unity
injective proper maps to locally compact spaces are equivalently the closed embeddings
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The classical model structure on topological spaces $Top_{Qu}$ restricts to compactly generated topological spaces and further to weak Hausdorff spaces among these, to yield Quillen equivalent model structures $k Top_{Qu}$ and $h k Top_{Qu}$there. Since these model structures on k-spaces are Cartesian monoidal closed as model categories (Prop. below) while $Top_{QU}$ is not, they provide a more convenient foundations for much of homotopy theory in terms of model categories.
Recall (from here) the sequence of adjoint functors
exhibiting the coreflective subcategory inside all of Top of compactly generated topological spaces and further the reflective subcategory of weak Hausdorff spaces among these.
(classical model structure on compactly generated topological spaces)
The classical model structure on topological spaces $Top_{Qu}$ restricts along $k Top \xhookrightarrow{\;} Top$ (1) to a cofibrantly generated model category structure $k Top_{Qu}$ on compactly generated topological spaces, and the coreflection becomes a Quillen equivalence:
The model structure on compactly generated topological spaces from Prop. is a cartesian monoidal model category;
Similarly:
(classical model structure on compactly generated weak Hausdorff spaces)
The model structure on compactly generated topological spaces $k Top_{Qu}$ from Prop. restricts along $h k top \xhookrightarrow{\;} k Top$ (1) to a model category structure on weakly Hausdorff k-spaces $h k Top_{Qu}$, and the reflection is a Quillen equivalence:
Again, this is a Cartesian monoidal model category (e.g. Hovey 1999, Thm. 2.4.23).
In the same way as above (e.g. Gaucher 2007, p. 7, Haraguchi 2013):
the model structure on compactly generated topological spaces restricts further along the inclusion of Delta-generated topological spaces $D Top \hookrightarrow k Top$, to give a Quillen equivalent model structure on Delta-generated topological spaces:
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