Derived Set


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derived set

[də′rīvd ′set]
(mathematics)
The set of cluster points of a given set.

Derived Set

 

the set of all limit points of a given set. The derived set is obtained by subtracting all the isolated points of the set from the closure of the set. A derived set is always closed.

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