Can someone please explain to me what the following notation/objects are:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

(Here X,Y are topological spaces)

colim(X-->Y<--X) where the first arrow is a map f, the second is a map g.

colim(X==>Y), where there are 2 maps f,g from X to Y (indicated by double lines, but couldn't draw 2 arrow heads)

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# Colimits of topological spaces

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