Category: Compactification (mathematics)

Compactification (mathematics)
In mathematics, in general topology, compactification is the process or result of making a topological space into a compact space. A compact space is a space in which every open cover of the space con
Alexandroff extension
In the mathematical field of topology, the Alexandroff extension is a way to extend a noncompact topological space by adjoining a single point in such a way that the resulting space is compact. It is
Prime end
In mathematics, the prime end compactification is a method to compactify a topological disc (i.e. a simply connected open set in the plane) by adding the boundary circle in an appropriate way.
Poisson boundary
In mathematics, the Poisson boundary is a measure space associated to a random walk. It is an object designed to encode the asymptotic behaviour of the random walk, i.e. how trajectories diverge when
Baily–Borel compactification
In mathematics, the Baily–Borel compactification is a compactification of a quotient of a Hermitian symmetric space by an arithmetic group, introduced by Walter L. Baily and Armand Borel .
Stone–Čech compactification
In the mathematical discipline of general topology, Stone–Čech compactification (or Čech–Stone compactification) is a technique for constructing a universal map from a topological space X to a compact
Wallman compactification
In mathematics, the Wallman compactification, generally called Wallman–Shanin compactification is a compactification of T1 topological spaces that was constructed by .
End (topology)
In topology, a branch of mathematics, the ends of a topological space are, roughly speaking, the connected components of the "ideal boundary" of the space. That is, each end represents a topologically
Wonderful compactification
In algebraic group theory, a wonderful compactification of a variety acted on by an algebraic group is a -equivariant compactification such that the closure of each orbit is smooth. Corrado de Concini
Bohr compactification
In mathematics, the Bohr compactification of a topological group G is a compact Hausdorff topological group H that may be canonically associated to G. Its importance lies in the reduction of the theor