discrete topology

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discrete topology

[di‚skrēt tə′päl·ə·jē]
(mathematics)
For a set A, the set of all subsets of A.
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The named--whether person, place, or object--is identified or marked by the namer as distinctive, unique, the occupant of a discrete space in the universe.
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From this point, a point she entitles the "circumstantial state of things," Brand creates a series of fragmentary overlays forming a set of maps that outline a discrete space and provide a unique direction to the Door.
A mixed integer algorithm combines a hill climbing technique with a branch and bound method that allows users to find optimum solutions efficiently in discrete space.
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