closed set


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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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Neu-cl([lambda])=[intersection]{D:D is a Neutrosophic closed set in E and [lambda][??]D}
The Queen star added: "It used to be if you did a nude scene, for example, closed set, no photography.
Guests are taken by coach to the closed set location within the Harewood Estate, near Leeds, for a 90-minute guided walking tour of the purpose-built set.
Complement of [[tau].sub.1]-[delta] open set is called [[tau].sub.1]-[delta] closed set;
During the (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6odZi1dBRc) SAG-AFTRA Foundation's Conversations with the cast of "Eyewitness" event , Young and Paxton revealed that the crew did a closed set on the days that they had to shoot intimate scenes between their characters, Philip and Lukas.
Production then moved on to a closed set in the derelict Powergen site in Shirley where one night shoot featured a spectacular stunt using pyrotechnics.
The generalization of open and closed set as like [alpha]-open and [alpha]-closed sets was introduced by Njastad (1965) which is nearly to open and closed set respectively.
She demanded a closed set as her boys' section performed.
Johnny, 50, has insisted on special permission to be allowed on the closed set the entire time Amber and James are filming any nookie scenes, especially the S&M ones.
A soft set (F, A) over X is said to be a soft closed set in X, if its relative complement [(F, A).sup.c] belongs to [tau].
A soft set (F, E) over X is said to be a soft closed set in X if its relative complement [(F,E).sup.c] belongs to [tau].
Taking photos on a "closed set" was strictly banned to stop leaks of The Beatles' new material, but Peter Allchorne, the then props manager at Pinewood Studios was able to wander around with his Kodak Retinette snapping away without fuss.