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    added pointer to:

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    • Ioan Mackenzie James: Fibrewise topology, Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics, Cambridge University Press (1989) [[ISBN:9780521360906]]

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    Also added pointer to Booth & Brown.

    Then I sub-divided the list of references into “Exponential law for parameterized topological spaces” and references on parameterized homotopy theory proper.

    Finally I made the first of these lists an !include-file, since it is needed also elsewhere.

    As a result there is now a little overlap between the two lists. But that shouldn’t hurt.

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    I have recorded (in a new section, here) the definition of fiberwise mapping spaces and the fact that their construction preserves Hurewicz fibrations.

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    added the remark (here) that the fiberwise mapping space construction does not in general preserve weak Hausdorffness

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    made explicit (here) that the fiber of the fiberwise mapping space is the mapping space of the fibers

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    added (here) the example

    Map(p B *X 0,p B *A 0)p B *Map(X 0,A 0) Map \big( p_B^\ast X_0 ,\, p_B^\ast A_0 \big) \;\simeq\; p_B^\ast Map\big(X_0,\, A_0\big)

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    added (here) the statement that pullback of fiberwise mapping spaces exhibits a closed functor.

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