open map

open map

[′ō·pən ′map]
(mathematics)
A function between two topological spaces which sends each open set of one to an open set of the other.
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The open map has areas that you can discover by simply passing them and one of your companions will automatically highlight that it is a possible place of interest.
Next to "really liking maps" Abu Aisha has come to this mapathon, a workshop to collectively improve an open map, as a tribute to those Palestinians who can't go and see their villages.
It is planned to create an open map of land plots until the end of 2019," Arman Evniev added.
They are pretty much the same as they were in "Insurgency." On the other hand, Capture the Base mode is more of an open map mode with drivable vehicles.
An Open Map: The Correspondence of Robert Duncan and Charles Olson
The Wire, by contrasts, constructs a more "open map," which confronts viewers with the dynamism of place and the inevitability of unknown terrain.
Iranian leaders believe that the region has become an open map for the first time since the Sykes-Picot agreement, and the borders can be adjusted to suit Iran's own interests.
OS Open Map Local is the most detailed street-level map available, combining rural and urban features and buildings as well as other data including property prices, population and crime statistics.
Users can open map view to see deals, drive through the deal directly, call the merchant to query on specifics and do number or similar activities.
Clearly a soft open map is soft [alpha]-open and every soft [alpha]-open map is soft preopen as well as soft [alpha]-open.
"log smooth"), we may further assume that U' [right arrow] V' is surjective because f' is an open map ([1] 2.4.6).
Michael Iams, the company principal product manager, said 'MapQuest's Android app speaks to our mission of offering smart, accurate mobile mapping solutions, and reflects our commitment to open map information that can be shared and improved collaboratively.