Moore-Smith convergence

Moore-Smith convergence

[′mu̇r ′smith kən′vər·jəns]
(mathematics)
Convergence of a net to a point x in a topological space, in the sense that for each neighborhood of x there is an element a of the directed system that indexes the net such that, if b is also an element of this directed system and ba, then xb (the element indexed by b) is in this neighborhood.
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