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By Dorina Mitrea, Irina Mitrea, Marius Mitrea, Sylvie Monniaux

1. advent -- 2. Semigroupoids and groupoids -- three. Quantitative metrization concept -- four. functions to research on quasimetric areas -- five. Nonlocally convex practical research -- 6. useful research on quasi-pseudonormed teams

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U; ; v/ W u; v 2 U and W Xu ! u; 0 ı ; v0 /. v; 1 ; u/. X; ; U /; ; . / 1 / is a groupoid called the isomorphism groupoid of the fibered set X . 43) is described below. 54, this constitutes the “blueprint” according to which all groupoids can be generated. 42 (Group bundles over equivalence relations). Let X be a set, “ ” an equivalence relation on X , and € WD f€ g 2X= an arbitrary family of groups indexed by the equivalence classes induced by on X . 114) where, if denotes the equivalence class of x; y, then g h stands for the product of g; h 2 € and g 1 2 € denotes the inverse of g in € .

The aim here is twofold. On the one hand, such a list underscores the thesis that groupoids occur naturally and frequently in practical situations. On the other hand, this is intended to help the reader better understand the salient features of the abstract definition of groupoids. The first two examples illustrate the fact that the fundamental notions of group and set occur as particular, extreme cases of groupoids. 29 (Groups). Any group can naturally be regarded as a groupoid. 30 (Sets). X; ; .

On the other hand, this is intended to help the reader better understand the salient features of the abstract definition of groupoids. The first two examples illustrate the fact that the fundamental notions of group and set occur as particular, extreme cases of groupoids. 29 (Groups). Any group can naturally be regarded as a groupoid. 30 (Sets). X; ; . X / and x x WD x, x 1 WD x for every x 2 X . 31 (Groupoid induced by an equivalence relation). Let X be an arbitrary, nonempty set, and let G Â X X be the graph of an equivalence relation on X .

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