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compactification; mapping-extension
The problem whether every topological space $X$ has a compactification $Y$ such that every continuous mapping $f$ from $X$ into a compact space $Z$ has a continuous extension from $Y$ into $Z$ is answered in the negative. For some spaces $X$ such compactifications exist.
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