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closed set

n
1. (Mathematics) a set that includes all the values obtained by application of a given operation to its members
2. (Mathematics) (in topological space) a set that contains all its own limit points
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An insider said: "Johnny has a closed set with just him and the director, but I've heard he can hold a note or two.
New Doctor David Tennant and Billie Piper, who plays his sidekick Rose were on a closed set at Newport market last night where they were joined by Anthony Head, who played librarian Giles in American hit show Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
The Crown Valley Road filming involved what the movie industry calls a closed set, so no photographers or reporters were allowed in.
Like the name says, TaskAnyone allows users to send tasks to anyone with an email address, not just people in a particular organization, a closed set of contacts or even just other TaskAnyone subscribers.
Ncl(A) = [intersection]{G|G is a neutrosophic closed set in X and G [contains or equal to] A} is called the neutrosophic closure of A.
c) For every closed set F and every open set G containing F, there exists a vg-open set U such that F [subset] U [subset] vg[bar.
The closed set meant the site, which attracts around 15 million tourists a year, was deserted early yesterday as it filled with combat vehicles for a battle scene in All You Need Is Kill, also starring Emily Blunt and Bill Paxton.
I remember they were ready to shoot and it was a closed set and everything, and the DP (director of photography) said to me, 'Do you have any body make-up on,' and I said, 'What's that?
1](V) is g-closed in (X, [tau]) for every closed set V of (Y, [sigma]).
Janet also insisted her rehearsal was a closed set with only the crew allowed entry.
According to one report that emanated out of the closed set, one day she did.
Security leaks and how fans tried cracking the closed set