on the complex plane by Mobius transformations, Kellendonk and Lawson proved that the globalized space with its quotient topology coincides with the one point compactification
of the complex plane, the Riemann sphere , as anyone could expect.
Some remarks on subgroups defined by the Bohr compactification
S] (together with the map [alpha]) the Bohr compactification
The Lipschitz condition is not satisfied at these points and different solutions can be pieced together there, allowing for compactification
of the waveform.
al  used the Poincare compactification
to study the dynamics of the Rikitake system at infinity.
Mathematicians at the University of Malaga in Spain examine the subtleties of both the Cauch boundary for a generalized and possible non-symmetric distance, and the Gromov compactification
for any, possibly incomplete, Finsler manifold.
In the modern theory of partial differential equations (PDE), a price to pay is a compactification
that introduces weak solutions , which are the analogues to our trajectories with corners.
This process is not unlike the compactification
of the extra dimensions in the Kaluza-Klein and super-string theories.
of the Lorentz group in the two-world picture would be interesting.
The study of to obtain a compactification
for any space was introduced by Wallman .
Another way of representing [bar]P is as a single point compactification
of the closure of the complement of P in [R.
By a result of Faltings ([F], [C-F]), there exists the Satake compactification
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