"A mathematical structure on which continuous processes can be defined" (R. ROSEN, 1979, p.179).
ROSEN states: "One of the basic problems of topology is to determine whether two such spaces are indistinguishable from one another from the standpoint of the continuous processes which may be defined on them: if this is the case, the two spaces are said to be homeomorphic" (Ibid).
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