# Definition:Generated Topology

## Topology Generated by Synthetic Basis

Let $S$ be a set.

Let $\mathcal B$ be a synthetic basis of $S$.

### Definition 1

The topology on $S$ generated by $\mathcal B$ is defined as:

$\displaystyle \tau = \left\{{\bigcup \mathcal A: \mathcal A \subseteq \mathcal B}\right\}$

## Topology Generated by Synthetic Sub-Basis

Let $X$ be a set.

Let $\mathcal S \subseteq \mathcal P \left({X}\right)$ be a synthetic sub-basis on $X$.

### Definition 1

Define:

$\displaystyle \mathcal B = \left\{{\bigcap \mathcal F: \mathcal F \subseteq \mathcal S, \, \mathcal F \text{ is finite}}\right\}$

That is, $\mathcal B$ is the set of all finite intersections of sets in $\mathcal S$.

Note that $\mathcal F$ is allowed to be empty in the above definition.

The topology generated by $\mathcal S$, denoted $\tau \left({\mathcal S}\right)$, is defined as:

$\displaystyle \tau \left({\mathcal S}\right) = \left\{{\bigcup \mathcal A: \mathcal A \subseteq \mathcal B}\right\}$

### Definition 2

The topology generated by $\mathcal S$, denoted $\tau \left({\mathcal S}\right)$, is defined as the unique topology on $X$ that satisfies the following axioms:

$\left({1}\right): \quad \mathcal S \subseteq \tau \left({\mathcal S}\right)$
$\left({2}\right): \quad$ For any topology $\mathcal T$ on $X$, the implication $\mathcal S \subseteq \mathcal T \implies \tau \left({\mathcal S}\right) \subseteq \mathcal T$ holds.

That is, $\tau \left({\mathcal S}\right)$ is the coarsest topology on $X$ for which every element of $\mathcal S$ is open.