# Abstract cell complex

In mathematics, an abstract cell complex is an abstract set with Alexandrov topology in which a non-negative integer number called dimension is assigned to each point. The complex is called “abstract” since its points, which are called “cells”, are not subsets of a Hausdorff space as is the case in Euclidean and CW complexes. Abstract cell complexes play an important role in image analysis and computer graphics. (Wikipedia).

Group Definition (expanded) - Abstract Algebra

The group is the most fundamental object you will study in abstract algebra. Groups generalize a wide variety of mathematical sets: the integers, symmetries of shapes, modular arithmetic, NxM matrices, and much more. After learning about groups in detail, you will then be ready to contin

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Groups in abstract algebra examples

In this tutorial I discuss two more examples of groups. The first contains four elements and they are the four fourth roots of 1. The second contains only three elements and they are the three cube roots of 1. Under the binary operation of multiplication, these sets are in fact groups.

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Field Definition (expanded) - Abstract Algebra

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Quotient group example

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Algebraic Structures: Groups, Rings, and Fields

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Equivalence Relations Definition and Examples

Please Subscribe here, thank you!!! https://goo.gl/JQ8Nys Equivalence Relations Definition and Examples. This video starts by defining a relation, reflexive relation, symmetric relation, transitive relation, and then an equivalence relation. Several examples are given.

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Units in a Ring (Abstract Algebra)

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Programmable Micofluidics

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Milner Award Lecture 2015: Reactive, real-time and hybrid computer systems

Listen to a world expert on computer science speak about advances in reactive, real-time, and hybrid computer systems. Milner Award Lecture 2015 delivered by Professor Thomas Henzinger, Institute of Science and Technology, at the Royal Society, London, on 18 November 2015. https://royal

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Tropical Geometry - Lecture 6 - Structure Theorem | Bernd Sturmfels

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Calculating linguistic entropy

The complexity of linguistic patterns can be quantified and compared using two concepts from information theory. Using data from Greek, we find that paradigms' entropy — a measure of abstract inflectional complexity — can be quite high, but their conditional entropy — which reflects gramma

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A New Cubulation Theorem for Hyperbolic Groups- Daniel Groves

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Model Checking Cell Biology

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Lecture 14: Discrete Surfaces (Discrete Differential Geometry)