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  Complete space - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
If this completion procedure is applied to a normed vector space, one obtains a Banach space containing the original space as a dense subspace, and if it is applied to an inner product space, one obtains a Hilbert space containing the original space as a dense subspace.
Note that completeness is a property of the metric and not of the topology, meaning that a complete metric space can be homeomorphic to a non-complete one.
Completely metrizable spaces can be characterized as those spaces which can be written as an intersection of countably many open subsets of some complete metric space.
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 Kids.net.au - Encyclopedia Real number -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
More technically, the reals are complete (in the sense of metric spaces or uniform spaces, which is a different sense than the Dedekind completeness of the order in the previous section).
This sense of completeness is most closely related to the construction of the reals from Cauchy sequences (the construction carried out in full in this article), since it starts with an Archimedean field (the rationals) and forms the uniform completion of it in a standard way.
By virtue of being a totally ordered set, they also carry an order topology; the topology arising from the metric and the one arising from the order are identical.
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 Complete space   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In mathematical analysis, a metric space M is said to be complete if every Cauchy sequence of points in M has a limit in M.
By using different notions of distance on the rationals, one obtains different incomplete metric spaces whose completions are the p-adic numberss.
It is also possible to define the concept of completeness for uniform spaces using Cauchy netss instead of Cauchy sequences.
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 Complete space : Completeness (topology)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In mathematical analysis, a metric space M is said to be complete if every Cauchy sequence of points in M has a limit in M. In mathematical analysis, a metric space M is said to be complete if every Cauchy sequence of points in M has a limit in M.
For instance, the rational numbers are not complete, because √2 is "missing".
Cantor's contsruction of the real numbers is a special case of this; the real numbers are the completion of the rational numbers using the ordinary absolute value to measure distances.
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 Real number
More technically, the reals are complete (in the sense of metric space s or uniform space s, which is a different sense than the Dedekind completeness of the order in the previous section).
This sense of completeness is most closely related to the construction of the reals from surreal number s, since that construction starts with a proper class that contains every ordered field (the surreals) and then selects from it the largest Archimedean subfield.
By virtue of being a totally ordered set, they also carry an order topology ; the topology arising from the metric and the one arising from the order are identical.
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 Real number   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
More technically, the reals are complete (in the sense of metric spaces or uniform spaces, which is a different sense than the Dedekind completenessof the order in the previous section).
This sense of completeness is mostclosely related to the construction of the reals from Dedekind cuts, since that construction starts from an ordered field (therationals) and then forms the Dedekind-completion of it in a standard way.
Byvirtue of being a totally ordered set, they also carry an order topology ; the topology arising from the metric and the one arising from the order are identical.
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 Real number - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
(We refer to the notion of completeness in uniform spaces rather than the related and better known notion for metric spaces, since the definition of metric space relies on already having a characterisation of the real numbers.)
It is not true that R is the only uniformly complete ordered field, but it is the only uniformly complete Archimedean field, and indeed one often hears the phrase "complete Archimedean field" instead of "complete ordered field".
Occasionally, formal elements +∞ and -∞ are added to the reals to form the extended real number line, a compact space which is not a field but retains many of the properties of the real numbers.
encyclopedia.worldsearch.com /real_number.htm   (2176 words)

  
 Complete Space articles and news from Start Learning Now   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In mathematical analysis, a metric space M is said to be complete (or Cauchy) if every Cauchy sequence of points in M has a limit (topology)limit that is also in M.
Georg CantorCantor's construction of the real numbers is a special case of this; the real numbers are the completion of the rational numbers using the ordinary absolute value to measure distances.
Completely metrizable spaces can be characterized as those spaces which can be written as an intersection (set theory)intersection of countably many open subsets of some complete metric space.
www.startlearningnow.com /completeness%20(topology)|complete.htm   (1192 words)

  
 Cauchy sequence - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - TESTVERSION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The real numbers are complete, and the standard construction of the real numbers involves Cauchy sequences of rational numbers.
The rational numbers themselves are not complete: for example the following sequence of rational numbers has the irrational square root of two as its limit (each numerator is the square of the previous numerator plus twice the square of the previous denominator, while each denominator is twice the product of the previous numerator and denominator).
If the topology of X is compatible with a translation-invariant metric d, the two definitions agree.
www.wissen-im-web.net /wiki/Cauchy_sequence   (388 words)

  
 Real number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The first rigorous definition was given by Georg Cantor in 1871.
The real numbers can be constructed as a completion of the rational numbers.
Occasionally, the two formal elements +∞ and −∞ are added to the reals to form the extended real number line, a compact space which is not a field but retains many of the properties of the real numbers.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Real_number   (1943 words)

  
 Citations: Allyn and Bacon - Dugundji (ResearchIndex)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
If (X, 1, 2) is a triple consisting of a set X and two topologies 1 and 2 on X, then the notation int A, where A X and i # 1, 2, indicates the interior of the set A with respect to the topology i.
....a suitable condition, a sequential completion is adequate; that is whether a general completion based on filters or nets is replaceable by such a sequential completion.
Topology is a field of mathematics in which general definitions of convergence and accumulation of sequences have been developed (see e.g.
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 Internet Topology Page
Typically, an AS-level topology estimate is derived from BGP routing tables.
One fundamental trade-off in collecting AS-level topology is ``completeness'' vs. ``freshness.'' By using routing registry data and accumulating topology over time, some out-dated information may be introduced into the topology.
By including auxiliary information with the topology, users have the flexibility to decide which sources of information they consider to be valid and determine how ``fresh'' the topology should be.
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 Uniform space : Entourage (topology)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
In topology, one defines uniform spaces in order to study concepts such as uniform continuity, completeness and uniform convergence.
Every metric space (M, d) can be considered as a uniform space by defining a subset V of M × M to be an entourage if and only if there exists an ε > 0 such that for all x, y in M with d(x, y) < ε we have (x, y) in V.
Every uniform space is a completely regular topological space, and conversely, every completely regular space can be turned into a uniform space (often in many ways) so that the induced topology coincides with the given one.
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 Metadata for wildlife habitats   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
INFO is a complete relational database manager for the tabular data associated with geographic features in map coverages.
Completeness_Report: Data completeness reflects the content of the source, "Resource Inventory, Upper Mississippi River" from which the polygons were retrieved.
Indexalb is a tic file consisting of 27,000 tics at 7.5 minute intervals covering the complete study area used as a base tic file.
edcwww.cr.usgs.gov /sast/meta/bio/wildlife.html   (1637 words)

  
 Mathematics and Computer Science
All majors in the department are required to successfully complete the designated senior seminar in their respective majors or to carry out a Department-approved senior project to satisfy the capstone-experience requirement.
Topics may include completeness, topology of the reals, sequences, limits and continuity, differentiation, integration, infinite series, and sequences and series of functions.
Topology of the line and plane, limit points, open sets, closed sets, connectedness, compactness.
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 Topology
Assume for the rest of this section that we only consider valuations that satisfy the triangle inequality.
2 A field with the topology induced by a valuation is a, i.e., the operations sum, product, and reciprocal are continuous.
The topologies induced by the two absolute values are the same, so
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 PlanetMath: real number
(We refer to the notion of completeness in uniform spaces rather than the related and better known notion for metric spaces, since the definition of metric space relies on already having a characterisation of the real numbers.) It is not true that
He meant that the real numbers form the largest Archimedean field in the sense that every other Archimedean field is a subfield of
is ``complete'' in the sense that nothing further can be added to it without making it no longer an Archimedean field.
planetmath.org /encyclopedia/RealNumber.html   (861 words)

  
 Real number   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
More technically, the reals are completeness (topology)complete (in the sense of metric spaces or uniform space/s, which is a different sense than the Dedekind completeness of the order in the previous section).
It's easy to see that no ordered field can be lattice complete, because it can have no largest element (given any element ''z'', ''z'' + 1 is larger), so this is not the sense that is meant.
By virtue of being a total ordertotally ordered set, they also carry an order topology; the topology arising from the metric and the one arising from the order are identical.
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The conjecture then asserts that near the standard conformal structure on $S^3$ (in an appropriate sense) the moduli spaces of positive and negative frequency subspaces are transverse (i.e., their tangent spaces at the standard conformal structure give a direct sum decomposition).
In spite of this work (and in contrast to the case of $\SU(2)$ symmetry, where Hitchin provides a classification) the issue of completeness for negative SDE Hermitian metrics is not yet fully explored, and for the toric SDE metrics in general, the complete examples are far from understood.
In \cite{CaSi:emcs}, Calderbank and M. Singer constructed examples of complete SDE metrics on resolutions of complex cyclic singularities and showed that the moduli of such metrics is (continuously) infinite dimensional.
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The request was to perform a topographic change grid analysis for the Frankford 7.5-minute quadrangle, 1:24,000-scale topographic map, which includes the Wissinoming neighborhood, and the Germantown 7.5-minute quadrangle, which includes the Logan and Feltonville neighborhoods of the City of Philadelphia.
The following tasks were performed under this scope of work: A GPS-corrected GIS grid analysis for each quadrangle was completed and is accompanied by documentation that describes procedures and provides metadata of the informational content of the GIS.
Completeness_Report: The possible fill grid polygon data is complete and has been revied for consistency and completeness.
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 Citations: Topology via Logic - Vickers (ResearchIndex)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The topology we on C is generated by the basis I] c, I C.
Smyth regards the patch topology as a topology of positive and negative information [25] We consider the patch construction in the (localic manifestation of the) category of stably compact spaces.
Locale theory is often described as point free topology : the frame is an abstract topology that does not rely for its description on a set of points of whose powerset it is a subframe.
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 Cornell Math - Basic Courses for Graduate Students   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Topology of the real line: the theory of limits, open and closed sets, compact sets
Euclidean space and metric spaces, completeness, compactness, continuous functions.
Textbook (Spring 1997): Algebraic Topology I by Allen Hatcher.
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 University of Hawaii at Manoa Catalog
Completeness, topology of the plane, limits, continuity, differentiation, integration.
MATH 421 Topology (3) Geometric and combinatorial topology.
This is the second course of a year sequence and should be taken in the same academic year as 644.
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 Real number
It is easy to see that no ordered field can be lattice-complete, because it can have no largest element (given any element z, z + 1 is larger), so this is not the sense that is meant.
This page was last modified 13:48, 13 May 2005.
The article about Real number contains information related to Real number, History, Definition, Construction from the rational numbers, Axiomatic approach, Properties, Completeness, "The complete ordered field", Advanced properties and Generalizations and extensions.
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 completeness - OneLook Dictionary Search
Completeness : A Glossary of Mathematical Terms [home, info]
noun: the state of being complete and entire; having everything that is needed
Phrases that include completeness: completeness axiom, axiomatic completeness, completeness of r, completeness principle, completeness property, more...
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 MATH - Mathematics
Topics (when three credits are completed) include a review of sets, operations with polynomial and rational expressions, solving various types of equations and inequalities and an introduction to coordinate plane and functions.
MATH 827 General Topology I 3 Generation and properties of topological spaces.
MATH 828 General Topology II 3 Compactness and connectedness, metrization, uniform spaces and basic homotopy theory.
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