A topological space X is a

completely regular Hausdorff space if for every closed subset Z of X and every x [member of] X\Z there is a continuous map f : X [right arrow] [0,1] such that f(x) = 0 and f(z) = 1 for every z [member of] Z.

Let X be a nonempty

completely regular Hausdorff topological space and let K(X) denote the family of all compact sets of X.

Let X be a

completely regular (respectively normal) topological space, V an open subset of X and let F [member of] [MA.sub.[partial derivative]V]([bar.V], X) be [PSI]-essential in [MA.sub.[partial derivative]V]([bar.V], X).

In this paper, we explore

completely regular codes in the Hamming graphs and related graphs.

An element a+bI of a Neutrosophic AG-groupoid N(S) is called a

completely regular element of N(S) if a + bI is regular, left regular and right regular.

The joins of bipartite graphs with

completely regular endomorphism monoids were characterized in [4].

A space is

completely regular if and only if for any f, g: X [right arrow] [0,1], with f compact-like (i.e.

"We received allegations that some things will not be

completely regular and of course we are monitoring if the elections are conducted in compliance with the OSCE recommendations.

Figure 1(a) shows that when p = 0,the connection mode of neural network model is

completely regular, in which each neuron maintains the same number of links with adjacent neurons and this neural network model is commonly used.

REPRESENTATION THEOREM FOR C(X), WITH X

COMPLETELY REGULAR