Reading about random sets, I've come across the phrase " B ( F ) is...
Reading about random sets, I've come across the phrase " is the Borel -algebra generated by the topology of closed convergence." where is the family of closed sets in
I don't know a lot about topology, so I'm not sure how to understand/interpret this. In general, a Borel -algebra on a set is the -algebra generated by the open sets of , and I suppose a topology gives a notion of "openness", but I would appreciate if someone could provide me some intuition behind this particular σ-algebra and the "topology of closed convergence".