compact space

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compact space

[¦käm‚pakt ′spās]
(mathematics)
A topological space which is a compact set.
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The pores were most likely generated because, in absence of humidity, glycerol prevents the gelatinization of the starch granules, generating a noncompact structure.
at 39-40 ("[N]either the courts nor the scholarly literature has produced a coherent explanation of the status of noncompact interstate agreements under the contract impairment clause.
A nurse whose primary state of residence is a noncompact state is not eligible for a compact license.
Among them are a simple numerical approach to the Riemann hypothesis, aunifying construction for measure-valued continuous and discrete branching processes, examples of quantitative universal approximation, harmonic mappings with quadilateral image, meromorphic approximation on noncompact Riemann surfaces, a family of outer functions, the universality of series in Banach space, recent progress on fine differentiability and fine harmonicity, reversibility questions in groups arising from analysis, and the generalized binomial theorem.
However, politicians reacted to the subordinance of traditional redistricting principles to population equality by using population equality as justification to draw noncompact districts that split existing political boundaries.
Wazwaz: Distinct variants of the KdV equation with compact and noncompact structures, Appl.
On the other hand, smaller grains (right), revealed bigger interacellular noncompact spaces in cell wall which otherwise were not so prominent in the bolder grains.
The probability space of a noncompact manifold similarly coincides with [R.
Inverse problems for Sturm-Liouville operators on noncompact trees.
The more geometric articles discuss major recent developments in noncompact homogeneous Einstein manifolds and aspects of inverse spectral geometry.
To address part of the disposal problem, in 1980, Congress made the states responsible for disposing of most low-level radioactive waste (LLRW), and allowed them to form regional compacts and to restrict access to disposal facilities from noncompact states.
Rotations involving timelike directions are equivalent to noncompact boosts with a continuous spectrum.