irredundance

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

ir- +‎ redundance

Noun[edit]

irredundance (plural irredundances)

  1. (mathematics) The condition of being irredundant
    • 2016, Clayton Suguio Hida, “Two Cardinal Inequalities about Bidiscrete Systems”, in arXiv[1]:
      Todorcevic concerning the irredundance in Boolean algebras and we prove that for every maximal irredundant family , there is a -base for with , a result analogous to the McKenzie Theorem for Boolean algebras in the context of compact spaces.