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T1c) ∀F ∈ F(X ), ∀x ∈ X, ∀ε , γ ∈ R+ : ε ≤ γ and F −→ x ⇒ F −→ x. γ ε (T2c) ∀F ∈ F(X ), ∀x ∈ X, ∀ε ∈ R+ : F −→ x ⇔ ∀γ ∈]ε , ∞[: F −→ x. (T3c) ∀F ∈ F(X ), ∀x ∈ X, ∀ selection of filters (σ (x))x∈X , ∀ε , γ ∈ R+ : γ ε ε +γ F −→ x, ∀y ∈ X : σ (y) −→ y ⇒ Σ σ (F ) −→ x. We leave it as an exercise to show that closure-towers, neighbourhood-towers and limit-towers are equivalent concepts. Various ways to go from one to the other are V ∈ Vε (x) ⇔ x ∈ tε (X \ V ), x ∈ tε (A) ⇔ ∀V ∈ Vε (x) : V ∩ A = ∅, ε F −→ x ⇔ Vε (x) ⊆ F , ε x ∈ tε (A) ⇔ ∃F ∈ F(A) : F −→ x.

Hence, since Wk ∈ Wk , k = 1, . . , n such that i=1 Σ σ ({J }) = j∈J σ ( j) we also have n σ ( j). AWi ∈ i=1 j∈J n AWi ∈ σ ( j). Now there This then implies that there exists j ∈ J such that i=1 further exists i ∈ {1, . . , n} such that j ∈ Wi and from the supposition we have that AWi ∈ σ ( j) which is a contradiction. 3, that Σ σ (W ) = V . This proves the result. We now give the announced result for the ultrafilter version of (L*), the result and proof for (L) are perfectly similar. 11 Theorem Given a function λ : U(X ) −→ P X satisfying (L1), the extension to F(X ) defined by λ : F(X ) −→ P X : F → sup U ∈U(F ) λU is a limit operator if and only if it satisfies the following property.

As was the case for limit operators, here too we are able to prove a useful alternative characterization which entails a weakening of (F2) and a strengthening of (F3). 67 Theorem A relation ⊆ F(X ) × X satisfying (F1) is a functional ideal convergence if and only if it satisfies the properties. (F2w) For any K ⊆ I and any x ∈ X : K x ⇒I x. (F) For any set J , for any ψ : J −→ X , for any s : J −→ F(X ), for any I ∈ F(J ) and for any x ∈ X ψ ( j) and ψ (I) (∀ j ∈ J : s( j) x) ⇒ Σs(I) x. Proof To show that (F2) is fulfilled, let I j , j ∈ J be a family of functional ideals x for every j ∈ J .