Definition of Locally. Meaning of Locally. Synonyms of Locally

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Definition of Locally

Locally
Locally Lo"cal*ly, adv. With respect to place; in place; as, to be locally separated or distant.

Meaning of Locally from wikipedia

- In mathematics, a mathematical object is said to satisfy a property locally, if the property is satisfied on some limited, immediate portions of the object...
- In mathematics, a function is locally bounded if it is bounded around every point. A family of functions is locally bounded if for any point in their...
- In topology and other branches of mathematics, a topological space X is locally connected if every point admits a neighbourhood basis consisting entirely...
- space Locally finite group Locally finite measure Locally finite operator in linear algebra Locally finite poset Locally finite space, a topological...
- OUI. Addresses can either be universally administered addresses (UAA) or locally administered addresses (LAA). A universally administered address is uniquely...
- mathematical field of commutative algebra, an ideal I in a commutative ring A is locally nilpotent at a prime ideal p if Ip, the localization of I at p, is a nilpotent...
- In the mathematical field of topology, a locally finite space is a topological space in which every point has a finite neighborhood, that is, an open...
- contractible but not locally contractible (if it were, it would be locally connected which it is not). Locally contractible spaces are locally n-connected for...
- developed for scatterplot smoothing, are LOESS (locally estimated scatterplot smoothing) and LOWESS (locally weighted scatterplot smoothing), both pronounced...
- mathematics, a locally compact group is a topological group G for which the underlying topology is locally compact and Hausdorff. Locally compact groups...