Department of Mathematics
Franklin D. TallProfessor
Department of Mathematics
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON M5S 3G3
Tel: (416) 978-3953 or (905)
Fax: (416) 978-4107 or (905) 569-4730
Frank Tall specializes in set theory and set-theoretic topology, fields in which
he has authored around 90 papers. Of his 12 Ph.D. students, 9 are on university
faculties: Indianapolis, Toronto, York (3), McMaster, P.E.I., São Paulo (2). His
postdocs are at universities such as Winnipeg, Toronto, Trent, Haifa, Ohio, Calgary,
In addition to mathematics, he is interested in the psychology of teaching
and learning, and complementary medicine. He is a certified
Master Practitioner of Neurolinguistic Programming, is trained in hypnotherapy,
a Reiki Master and has published in Nursing Science.
- F.D. Tall, Productively Lindelof spaces may all be D Canad. Math. Bull. to appear.
- F.D. Tall, Some set-theoretic problems concerning Lindelof spaces Questions and Answers in General Topology to appear.
- F.D. Tall, PFA(S)[S]: more mutually consistent topological consequences of PFA and V = L Canad. J. Math. to appear.
- P. Larson and F.D. Tall, On the hereditary paracompactness of locally compact, hereditarily normal spaces Canad. Math. Bull. to appear.
- F.D. Tall, PFA(S)[S] and locally compact normal spaces Top. Appl. to appear.
- P. Burton and F.D. Tall, Productive Lindelofness and a class of spaces considered by Z. Frolik Top. Appl. to appear.
- F.D. Tall, A Useful Model (notes).
- F.D. Tall, A Useful Model (slides).
Some recent publications include:
- L.F. Aurichi and F.D. Tall, Lindelof spaces which are indestructible, productive or D Top. Appl. 159 (2012) 331–340.
- F.D. Tall, PFA(S)[S] and the Arhangel'skii-Tall problem Top. Proc. 40 (2012) 99-108.
- F.D. Tall and B. Tsaban, On productively Lindelof spaces, Top. Appl. 158 (2011) 1239–1248.
- O.T. Alas, L.F. Aurichi, L.R. Junqueira, and F.D. Tall, Non-productively Lindelof spaces and small cardinals Houston J. Math. 37 (2011) 1373-1381.
- F.D. Tall, Lindelof spaces which are Menger, Hurewicz, Alster, productive or D Top. Appl. 158 (2011) 2556-2563.
- F.D. Tall, Some problems and techniques in set-theoretic topology In Set Theory and its Applications Contemp. Math., ed. L. Babinkostova, A. Caicedo, S. Geschke, M. Scheepers. (2011) 183-209
- P. Larson and F.D. Tall, Locally compact perfectly normal spaces may all be paracompact Fund. Math. 210 (2010) 285-300
- M. Scheepers and F.D. Tall, Lindelof indestructibility, topological games and selection principles Fund. Math. 210 (2010) 1-46
- F.D. Tall, On a core concept of Arhangel'skii Top. Appl. 157 (2010) 1541-1547
- L.-X. Peng and F.D. Tall, A note on linearly Lindelof spaces and dual properties Top. Proc. 32 (2008) 227-237
- L.R. Junqueira, P. Larson, and F.D. Tall, Compact Spaces, elementary submodels, and the countable chain condition Ann. Pure and Applied Logic,144 (2006) 107-116
- F.D. Tall, Compact Spaces, Elementary Submodels,
and the Countable Chain Condition, II, Top. Appl., 153 (2004) 273-278.
- F.D. Tall, Problems arising from Balogh's
"Locally nice spaces under Martin's axiom", Top. Appl., 5 (2005) 215-225.
- Y.Q. Qiao and F.D. Tall, Perfectly normal
non-Archimedean non-metrizable spaces are generalized Souslin lines,
Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 131 (2003) 3929-3936.
- F.D. Tall, Reflections on dyadic compacta,
Top. Appl., 137 (2004) 251-258.
- F.D. Tall, Consistency results in topology,
II: Forcing and large cardinals, (invited paper), 423-427 in The Encyclopedia
of General Topology, Elsevier, New York, 2003.
- K.P. Hart and F.D. Tall, Consistency results
in topology, I: Quotable principles, 419-422 in The Encyclopedia of
General Topology, Elsevier, New York, 2003.
- L.R. Junqueira and F.D. Tall, More reflections
on compactness, Fund. Math., 176 (2003) 127-141.
- F.D. Tall, An irrational problem, Fund.
Math., 175 (2002) 259-269.
- P. Koszmider and F.D. Tall, A Lindelof
space with no Lindelof subspace of size w1
, Proc. Amer. Math. Soc., 130 (2002) 2777-2787.
- J.E. Baumgartner and F.D. Tall, Reflecting
Lindelofness, Top. Appl., 12 (2002) 35-49.
- R.G.A. Prado and F.D. Tall, Characterizing
w1 and the long line by their
topological elementary reflections, Israel J. Math., 127
- F.D. Tall, If it looks and smells like the
reals, Fund. Math. 163 (2000) 1-11. (Available
from Topology Atlas.)
- K. Kunen and F.D. Tall, The real line in elementary
submodels of set theory, J. Symb. Logic 65 (2000)
683-691. (Available from Topology
(Papers are linked to .pdf files.)
|Last Updated: March 2011