In mathematics, the Chabauty topology is a certain topological structure introduced in 1950 by Claude Chabauty, on the set of all closed subgroups of a locally compact group G. The intuitive idea may be seen in the case of the set of all lattices in a Euclidean space E. There these are only certain of the closed subgroups: others can be found by in a sense taking limiting cases or degenerating a certain sequence of lattices. One can find linear subspaces or discrete groups that are lattices in a subspace, depending on how one takes a limit. This phenomenon suggests that the set of all closed subgroups carries a useful topology.
Attributes  Values 

rdf:type  
rdfs:label 

rdfs:comment 

foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf  
dct:subject  
Wikipage page ID 

Wikipage revision ID 

Link from a Wikipage to another Wikipage  
sameAs  
has abstract 

prov:wasDerivedFrom  
page length (characters) of wiki page 

is foaf:primaryTopic of  
is Link from a Wikipage to another Wikipage of 