closed set


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closed set

[¦klōzd ′set]
(mathematics)
A set of points which contains all its cluster points. Also known as topologically closed set.

closed set

(mathematics)
A set S is closed under an operator * if x*y is in S for all x, y in S.
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A neutrosophic set A is called a neutrosophic semiclosed set, neutrosophic [alpha] closed set, neutrosophic preclosed set, neutrosophic regular closed set and neutrosophic [beta] closed set, respectively (NSCS, NaCS, NPCS, NRCS and N[beta]CS, resp), if the complement of A is a neutrosophic semiopen set, neutrosophic ?
Let F be a closed set and G be an open set containing F.
1](V) is pg-closed in (X, [tau]) for every closed set V of (Y, [sigma]).
c] [member of] [tau], then A [member of] N(X) is said to be neutrosophic closed set in X
v) regular open set [22] if A = int(cl(A)) and a regular closed set [21] if A = cl(int(A)),
She brought her mother, who is also a photographer, to the closed set in March 2000.
We shot it at 4 in the morning, when, hopefully, the rest of the town was sleeping, and it was a closed set,'' she says of her nude mall gambol.
In the past, businesses could either choose a proprietary CT solution and be restricted to a closed set of applications from a single vendor, or spend time and money to integrate closed systems from different vendors.
6] In a neutrosophic topological space (X, T), T = T (the family of all neutrosophic closed sets) iff every neutrosophic subset of (X, T) is a neutrosophic closed set.
We had to do like a closed set because we didn't want anyone seeing anything," the Daily Star quoted her as telling the MTV news.
In a major coup for the high street giant, the modern day fab four have been secretly photographed in a closed set by award-winning Rankin - snapper to the stars.
Citing a closed set, Paramount officials refused to comment on the Somis shooting or other aspects of the film.