Hausdorff space

[ hous-dawrf, houz- ]
/ ˈhaʊs dɔrf, ˈhaʊz- /

noun Mathematics.

a topological space in which each pair of points can be separated by two disjoint open sets containing the points.

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Origin of Hausdorff space

named after Felix Hausdorff (1868–1942), German mathematician, who first described it

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