Topologically

  • (adv): From the point of view of topology.

Some articles on topologically:

Medial Rhombic Triacontahedron - Stellation - Related Hyperbolic Tiling
... It is topologically equivalent to a quotient space of the hyperbolic order-5 square tiling, by distorting the rhombi into squares ... As such, it is topologically a regular polyhedron of index two Note that the order-5 square tiling is dual to the order-4 pentagonal tiling, and a quotient space of the order-4 pentagonal tiling is ...
Topological Computing - Topologically Modulated Signals
... the electromagnetic impulses can be generated with the topologically different spatio-temporal content these are the topologically modulated signals ...
Topological Conjugacy - Topological Equivalence
... We say that two flows and are topologically equivalent, if there is a homeomorphism, mapping orbits of to orbits of homeomorphically, and preserving orientation of the orbits ... An example of a topologically equivalent but not topologically conjugate system would be the non-hyperbolic class of two dimensional systems of differential ...
Topological Indistinguishability
... In topology, two points of a topological space X are topologically indistinguishable if they have exactly the same neighborhoods ... of all neighborhoods that contain y, then x and y are "topologically indistinguishable" if and only if A = B ... Intuitively, two points are topologically indistinguishable if the topology of X is unable to discern between the points ...
Topological Conjugacy - Definition
... We say that is topologically semiconjugate to, if there exists a continuous surjection such that ... If is a homeomorphism, then we say that and are topologically conjugate, and we call a topological conjugation between and ... Similarly, a flow on is topologically semiconjugate to a flow on if there is a continuous surjection such that for each ...