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- for finite topological spaces. A space X is said to be arc-connected or arcwise connected if any two distinct points can be joined by an arc, which by...

- There is also the weaker notion of path isometry or arcwise isometry: A path isometry or arcwise isometry is a map which preserves the lengths of curves;...

- simplest and most familiar type of a continuum. It is one-dimensional, arcwise connected, and locally connected. The topologist's sine curve is a subset...

- arcwise. As in rhombic chess, there is no castling. The sorcerer moves in the pattern: one step pointwise, followed by one step edgewise or arcwise,...

- and L. Zippin, Topological Transformation Groups Yamabe, Hidehiko, On an arcwise connected subgroup of a Lie group, Osaka Mathematical Journal v.2, no....

- hereditarily unicoherent (meaning that every subcontinuum is unicoherent) and arcwise connected, then it is called a dendroid. If in addition it is locally connected...

- unpublished work of Eliyahu Rips in about 1991. An R-tree is a uniquely arcwise-connected metric space in which every arc is isometric to some real interval...

- hereditarily unicoherent (meaning that every subcontinuum of X is unicoherent), arcwise connected, and forms a continuum. The term dendroid was introduced by Bronisław...

- connected and locally connected and any connected open subset of a TVS is arcwise connected. If S ⊆ X {\displaystyle S\subseteq X} and U {\displaystyle U}...

- A world manifold is ****umed to be connected and, consequently, it is arcwise connected. The tangent bundle T X {\displaystyle TX} of a world manifold...

- There is also the weaker notion of path isometry or arcwise isometry: A path isometry or arcwise isometry is a map which preserves the lengths of curves;...

- simplest and most familiar type of a continuum. It is one-dimensional, arcwise connected, and locally connected. The topologist's sine curve is a subset...

- arcwise. As in rhombic chess, there is no castling. The sorcerer moves in the pattern: one step pointwise, followed by one step edgewise or arcwise,...

- and L. Zippin, Topological Transformation Groups Yamabe, Hidehiko, On an arcwise connected subgroup of a Lie group, Osaka Mathematical Journal v.2, no....

- hereditarily unicoherent (meaning that every subcontinuum is unicoherent) and arcwise connected, then it is called a dendroid. If in addition it is locally connected...

- unpublished work of Eliyahu Rips in about 1991. An R-tree is a uniquely arcwise-connected metric space in which every arc is isometric to some real interval...

- hereditarily unicoherent (meaning that every subcontinuum of X is unicoherent), arcwise connected, and forms a continuum. The term dendroid was introduced by Bronisław...

- connected and locally connected and any connected open subset of a TVS is arcwise connected. If S ⊆ X {\displaystyle S\subseteq X} and U {\displaystyle U}...

- A world manifold is ****umed to be connected and, consequently, it is arcwise connected. The tangent bundle T X {\displaystyle TX} of a world manifold...