trivial topology

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trivial topology

[¦triv·ē·əl tə′päl·ə·jē]
(mathematics)
For a set S, a topology whose only members are the set itself and the empty set. Also known as indiscreet topology.
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Every indiscrete single-valued neutrosophic soft space is [C.sub.5]-connected since the only single-valued neutrosophic soft sets in single-valued neutrosophic soft indiscrete space that are both single-valued neutrosophic soft open and single-valued neutrosophic soft closed are [0.sub.E] and [1.sub.E].
When k = R and l [greater than or equal to] 2, G either is an indiscrete space or has an indiscrete subgroup of index 2.