> Having a bit of a brain melt this morning and thought I'd
> mail ilug with
> this question considering the number of Comp-Sci and Math
> heads that are on
> this list (even though this question is totally non-computing
> related (at
> least, not immediatley related))
>> What is the term used in set theory/topology to describe the
> way subsets
> divide up a domain in such a way that the sum of the subsets
> is the domain,
> but no two subsets intersect?
>> It's on the tip of my tounge, but I can't quite remember it...
The subsets are said to partition the set. Hmm, maybe it is computer related
after all :-)
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