What are spaces?

Some articles on space, spaces:

Montel Space
... analysis and related areas of mathematics a Montel space, named after Paul Montel, is any topological vector space in which an analog of Montel's theorem holds ... Specifically, a Montel space is a barrelled topological vector space where every closed and bounded set is compact ... analysis, Montel's theorem asserts that the space of holomorphic functions on an open connected subset of the complex numbers has this property ...
Haringey Parks Constabulary
... Haringey Parks Constabulary was a small constabulary that patrolled parks and open spaces of the London Borough of Haringey to enforce by-laws and parks regulations ... and Local Government Provision Order Confirmation (Greater London Parks and Open Spaces) Act 1967 ... of a constable to deal with by-laws relating to parks and open spaces under their control ...
Cathays Park - Gardens
... All of the spaces are within conservation areas and many of the surrounding buildings are listed ... The open spaces are very important to the image of the city ... Several important buildings overlook these well kept spaces ...
Approach Space - Categorical Properties
... The main interest in approach spaces and their contractions is that they form a category with good properties, while still being quantitative like metric spaces ... One can even "distancize" such badly non-metrizable spaces like βN, the Stone–Čech compactification of the integers ... Certain hyperspaces, measure spaces, and probabilistic metric spaces turn out to be naturally endowed with a distance ...
Windows Live Spaces
... Windows Live Spaces was Microsoft's blogging and social networking platform ... The site was originally released in early 2004 as MSN Spaces to compete with other social networking sites, and re-launched in 2006 as a part of a shifting of community services ... Windows Live Spaces received an estimated 27 million (27,000,000) unique visitors per month as of August 2007 ...

Famous quotes containing the word spaces:

    When I consider the short duration of my life, swallowed up in the eternity before and after, the little space which I fill and even can see, engulfed in the infinite immensity of spaces of which I am ignorant and which know me not, I am frightened and am astonished at being here rather than there. For there is no reason why here rather than there, why now rather than then.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    We should read history as little critically as we consider the landscape, and be more interested by the atmospheric tints and various lights and shades which the intervening spaces create than by its groundwork and composition.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Every true man is a cause, a country, and an age; requires infinite spaces and numbers and time fully to accomplish his design;—and posterity seem to follow his steps as a train of clients.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)