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Definition of the noun -Manifold
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- [mathematics] A manifold of the specified number of dimensions.
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by R. H. Bing
An n-manifold is a metric space each of whose points has a neighborhood homeomorphic with Euclidean n-space En. Each point of an n- manifold with boundary has...
Hence, an n-manifold is an n-manifold with boundary but not conversely.
Foundations of Topology (2012)
by C. Wayne Patty
A topological n-dimensional manifold or n-manifold is a second count- able Hausdorff space in which each point has a neighborhood that is homeomorphic to the open disc . A 1-manifold is called a curve and a 2- manifold is called a surface.
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I think most of us sense that it is a responsibility of the humanities to try to help better the conduct of human beings in their lives and manifold professional activities. (J. Irwin Miller)
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