Strongly locally compact space

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Definition

A topological space is termed strongly locally compact if, given any point, and any open neighbourhood of the point, there exists a smaller open neighbourhood, whose closure is compact, and such that the closure lies completely inside the bigger open neighbourhood.

Note that for a T1 space, strongly locally compact is the same thing as a locally compact Hausdorff space.