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accepted What is the difference between “filtrated” and “filtered”?
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comment Closed -> Closure, Open ->?
That's interesting. I didn't know that closedness is not a word.
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comment Closed -> Closure, Open ->?
Thank you very much for your additions.
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comment Closed -> Closure, Open ->?
Concerning your first sentence: Isn't there also closedness?
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comment Closed -> Closure, Open ->?
Thank you for your answer. Your third paragraph seems to answer my question. The first and the second, frankly, don't help answering the question and seem off-topic to me.
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comment Closed -> Closure, Open ->?
@RobinKothari: That would be "The opening of a set is the smallest open set containing it."
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comment To give a talk?
@FumbleFingers: Can you please make some explaining comments on your diagram? Where does the data come from?
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revised What is the difference between “filtrated” and “filtered”?
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comment What is the difference between “filtrated” and “filtered”?
thanks, I agree. In the case at hand, I feel that the terminology is not yet fully established. That's what makes it interesting for me.