connected space

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connected space

[kə′nek·təd ′spās]
(mathematics)
A topological space which cannot be written as the union of two nonempty disjoint open subsets.
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u], [less than or equal to]) is said to be upper intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform basically disconnected space.
u], [less than or equal to]) is said to be ordered intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform basically disconnected space if it is both upper intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform basically disconnected space and lower intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform basically disconnected space.
u], [less than or equal to]) is an upper intuitionistic Fuzzy smooth quasi uniform basically disconnected space,
Since X is the union of the two disjoint, nonempty, open sets S and X - S, then X is a disconnected space.
There's a real joy in having a disconnected space, and people will begin to pursue that," the volunteers said.
The concept of fuzzy basically disconnected space was introduced and studied in [7].
i) (X, V) is a soft L-fuzzy BV basically disconnected space,
Let (X, V) be a soft L-fuzzy BV basically disconnected space.
Previously a series of small, disconnected spaces, the center aims for an "open and welcoming campus center filled with natural light and strong connections to the surrounding city.
And yet the sneaker does not step out into a total void: A second white panel functions as a backdrop that gives the shoe its almost sculptural presence in spite of its total flatness, creating a set of disconnected spaces that cannot be easily assimilated within the ordinary world of kinesthetic and perceptual experience.
Water was the only element that flowed freely through the disconnected spaces, and so, 20 years later, Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates was invited to add space and bring order to the complex.
How then did cinema after the war and in response to a new situation of empty "banality" become a laboratory to "make sensible" the existence of time (as distinct from "movement") in our lives, inserting into our brains a whole new logic of images, able to map empty or disconnected spaces and follow aleatory encounters?