compactum

compactum

[käm′pak·təm]
(mathematics)
A topological space that is metrizable and compact.
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Since our separation, I have journeyed far, having entered into a compactum or agreement with a certain man named Ishmael--"
I have already made known that, in virtue of a compactum, I journey with the aforesaid Ishmael Bush; but though I am bound to perform certain duties while the journey lasts, there is no condition which says that the said journey shall be sempiternum, or eternal.
5) Pathologically, four types of osteoma has been identified: osteoma compactum, osteoma cancellare, osteoma cartilagineum, and osteoma mixtum.
Antibacterial and Antioxidant Activities of Origanum compactum Essential Oil.
Infection by Austrodiplostomum compactum metacercariae in fish from the Nova Avanhandava reservoir, Tiete river, Sao Paulo State, Brazil
compactum and the evolution of extremely long spurs by pollinator shift.
In mares, the epithelium and stratum compactum have more MHC class II+ cells during estrus than during diestrus (Watson and Thomson, 1996).
j = 1] of contractive maps defined on a complete metric space, there exists a unique compactum K satisfying K = [[union].
De acordo com as prevalencias observadas, nove especies de parasitos foram utilizadas para as analises comparativas entre as coletas sazonais, os trematodeos Austrodiplostomum compactum (Lutz, 1928), Neascus tipo 1, Neascus tipo 2 e Posthodiplostomum sp.
Osteoma compactum, also called osteoma eburneum (the most common type), is hard, ivory-like, spherical, and attached to the cortex of the mastoid process.
Twelve samples (Alpinia galanga, Alstonia scholaris bark, Amomum compactum fruit, Am.
Mites are encapsulated in a layer of connective tissue that compresses and distorts the stratum compactum and causes acanthosis of epidermal cells adjacent to the capsule (Grover et al.