power of the continuum

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power of the continuum

[′pau̇·ər əvthə kən′tin·yə·wəm]
(mathematics)
The cardinality of the set of real numbers.
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(ii) The topological space ([B(H).sub.[parallel]*[parallel][less than or equal to]2], wot) is second countable then the collection of weakly-measurable sets has the cardinality of the continuum. Combination of (i), (ii) shows the inclusion map [iota]: ([B(H).sub.[parallel]*[parallel][less than or equal to]2], wot) [right arrow] B(H) is norm measurable if and only if H is finite dimensional.