compact space

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compact space

[¦käm‚pakt ′spās]
(mathematics)
A topological space which is a compact set.
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Sometimes ugly, noncompact districts are the only way to satisfy more stringent criteria concerning equal population and race.
However, for noncompact G' and for infinite-dimensional [pi], the restriction [pi][|.
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Pera, A continuation method on locally convex spaces and applications to ordinary differential equations on noncompact intervals, Annales Polonici Mathematici 47 (1987), 331-346.
Automorphisms of split-octonions form subgroup of S O(3,4), the noncompact form of Cartan's smallest exceptional Lie group [G.
Weyl's type of asymptotics for the interior transmission eigenvalues is expected, even though problem (1) is defined in noncompact [[?
Wazwaz, "Variants of the generalized KdV equation with compact and noncompact structures," Computers & Mathematics with Applications, vol.
The pores were most likely generated because, in absence of humidity, glycerol prevents the gelatinization of the starch granules, generating a noncompact structure.
A nurse whose primary state of residence is a noncompact state is not eligible for a compact license.
The court in Hearnes thus went beyond the Doherty court, suggesting that even if a district is unequivocally noncompact (as was true of the tenth district), as long as a reasonable basis for the deviation existed--in Hearnes, greater equality of population--the fact that a district is not as compact as possible will not render a map unconstitutional.