disconnected set

disconnected set

[‚dis·kə¦nek·təd ′set]
(mathematics)
A set in a topological space that is the union of two nonempty sets A and B for which both the intersection of the closure of A with B and the intersection of the closure of B with A are empty.
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This has left businesses with a piecemeal approach to their mobile operations a disconnected set of point solutions required to perform business critical operations.
Executed with great sensitivity to both past and present, Mansilla & Tunon's thoughtful transformation of EI Aguila gives an industrial monument an invigorating new lease of life and shows what can be achieved with an apparently difficult and disconnected set of buildings.
This integration capability takes the contracting process further into administration, shipment, payment, and project management, streamlining a normally disconnected set of business functions.
Too often, such studies disappoint, providing in the end little more than a recounting of a disconnected set of cases followed by an aphoristic list of recommendations of little practical or theoretical use to readers.
Either the preceding list reads as a disconnected set of far-flung travel destinations, or else you're double-checking to make sure you packed the melatonin.
In this paper, the new approaches of separate sets, disconnected sets and connected sets called [alpha]-[tau]-separate set, [alpha]-[tau]-disconnected sets and [alpha]-[tau]-connected set with the help of [alpha]-open and [alpha]-closed set are firstly introduced.
Internet of Things Transport for London (TfL) the government agency responsible for public and private transport in the UK capital, worked with telent Technology Services, CGI and Microsoft to integrate cloud-connected sensors into the city's Underground network so that transit officials can spot problems in real time from one set of central control panels, instead of monitoring disconnected sets of archaic devices.
Yet the whole building provides only three disconnected sets of stairs.
Bhaskar Gorti, president of Nokias Applications and Analytics business group: Currently, operators are forced to take important operational and engineering decisions based on disconnected sets of data from separate tools for radio, core and transport networks.