compact space

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compact space

[¦käm‚pakt ′spās]
(mathematics)
A topological space which is a compact set.
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Arab News Pottery Barn designs include the SoMa Sofa Collection aimed for compact spaces and flexible use.
Spectral triples for non-unital algebras model locally compact spaces in non-commutative geometry, they explain.
62 mm), the Mill-Max gull wing series is ideal for tight, compact spaces in which a surface mount, precision-machined connector is the preferred design choice.
Alternatively a wall hung cabinet is the ideal choice for compact spaces, with their wall mounted design giving the illusion of more room without compromising on storage facilities.
He showed that several known characterizations of compact spaces, nearly compact spaces and if-closed spaces are unified by generalizing the notion of compactness with the help of a certain operation of topology [tau] into power set of [U.
The EZ-Screen low-profile safety light curtain offers integral muting for use with smaller production machines in compact spaces.
Corollary 11 is not true for zero-dimensional compact spaces in general, as we will see in Remark 16.
Mono's Compact C progressing cavity pump range has been designed to fit into compact spaces while reliably performing to the maximum duty requirement of the application.
To eliminate the need for special "octopus" cables and simplify cable connections in compact spaces, this line of EDT interface panels consists of 1U and 2U solutions that can service up to two PCI cards.
City Councilman Jeff Vander Borght, who suggested the city eliminate the requirement for compact spaces on newly built lots in 1999, will put the same suggestion before the council today.
The front plate and bulkhead have also been redesigned in order to facilitate installation in more compact spaces.
Compact Discs are stored in compact spaces with a new carousel storage system by SpaceSolutions.