Tychonoff space

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Tychonoff space

[tī′kä‚nȯf ‚spās]
(mathematics)
A completely regular space that is also a T1 space. Also known as Tspace.
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The existence of the map [mu] in [6] is then guaranteed since topological vector spaces are completely regular (i.
In this paper, we explore completely regular codes in the Hamming graphs and related graphs.
An element a+bI of a Neutrosophic AG-groupoid N(S) is called a completely regular element of N(S) if a + bI is regular, left regular and right regular.
A space is completely regular if and only if for any f, g: X [right arrow] [0,1], with f compact-like (i.
We received allegations that some things will not be completely regular and of course we are monitoring if the elections are conducted in compliance with the OSCE recommendations.
The 21 selected papers discuss such topics as the dynamic chromatic number of graphs, Euclidean designs and coherent configurations, the list coloring of graphs with cycles of length divisible by a given integer, the rational independence roots, a theorem on incidence matrices and quasi-random hyper-graphs, characterizing completely regular codes from an algebraic viewpoint, and the proportion of various graphs in graph-designs.
According to Vuchkov, who spoke on the Bulgarian National Radio, this is a completely regular procedure that is no cause for worry.
Note that this topology is always completely regular.
Mathematical methods developed by study coauthors George Sugihara and Chih-hao Hsieh, both of the University of California, San Diego, indicated that flies' spontaneous flight maneuvers were neither totally random nor completely regular or repetitive.
Before this, and subsequently, her menstruation had been completely regular with a 28-day cycle.
When she discovers that he's not completely regular, but actually a successful writer who has shunned her world, she comes unglued.
If we arrange these words according to their ~modernity' in spelling, the numbers of th/d uses arc as follows: other (160:1), another (21:16), father (16:77), brother (7:40), and mother (1: 79), a set representing almost the total range from nil to a completely regular -th-.

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