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dense subset

[¦dens ′səb‚set]
(mathematics)
A subset of a topological space whose closure is the entire space.
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The idea of intuitionistic fuzzy nowhere dense set in intuitionistic fuzzy topological space presented and studied by by Dhavaseelan and et al.
Readers familiar with the art and tactics of warfare know that "a dense set of rules defines what is right or wrong in battle.
It is known that for an almost continuous function f with a dense graph, every nowhere dense set is f-negligible with respect to AC (see [13]).
In doing so, Holmes discovered a dense set of racial prejudices, arbitrary institutional procedures, and oppressive medical practices that contribute both to the functioning of the system that punish the bodies and minds of the migrant workers, as well as to the naturalization and reproduction of such conditions of domination.
1](A) is IF pre closed in X for any nowhere IF dense set A of Y.
The DSM process creates a dense set of points with optional triangles connecting them.
In her sixth and most recent collection of poems, Cvetka Lipus delivers a rich, dense set of highly evocative texts, demonstrating that she has taken her poetry to new levels of spirited contestation as well as concreteness, consistency, and sheer verbal and lexical beauty.
For solving a 1,000 x 1,000 dense set of equations, release 5 is 8.
That they did not was due largely to a dense set of social and cultural constraints that kept management from knowing the intimate details of each member's farm--the kind of details that determine whether a particular network is fight for them.
the idea of concept planes to represent a multidimensional and dense set of information linkages in a 3D object;
Sewell charges headlong if a shade humorlessly at the role, a monastic tonsure atop his head, and navigates well the dense set pieces, a painful retelling of the Abraham and Isaac story included.