disconnected set


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disconnected set

[‚dis·kə¦nek·təd ′set]
(mathematics)
A set in a topological space that is the union of two nonempty sets A and B for which both the intersection of the closure of A with B and the intersection of the closure of B with A are empty.
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That this disconnected set of cards could collect a thousand pages and barely register a brush with the world, having taken the tiniest scraping from it, is humbling in every way.
School choice options seem to be a disconnected set of reform strategies.
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Either the preceding list reads as a disconnected set of far-flung travel destinations, or else you're double-checking to make sure you packed the melatonin.
It also provides all involved in the operations with the best disconnected set of tools to get the job done in the shortest frame of time.
Internet of Things Transport for London (TfL) the government agency responsible for public and private transport in the UK capital, worked with telent Technology Services, CGI and Microsoft to integrate cloud-connected sensors into the city's Underground network so that transit officials can spot problems in real time from one set of central control panels, instead of monitoring disconnected sets of archaic devices.