set complement

set complement

(theory)
The complement of set A in set U is all elements of U which are not elements of A.
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Since a texturing T need not be closed under the operation of taking the set complement, the notion of topology is replaced by that of dichotomous topology or ditopology, namely a pair ([tau], [kappa]) of subsets of T, where the set of open sets [tau] satisfies:
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