Open set

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An open set, in the kind space we're used to, is a set such that, intuitively, if a point is contained in an open set, then all points sufficiently close to it are also contained.

Formally, we say that a set is an open set if it contains a ball around each of its points.[1]

Open sets are the basic objects in topology, in terms of which all other objects are defined.

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