cofinite subset



There are two notions: cofinite subset of a set and a cofinite subset of a (pre)ordered set.


Given a set XX, then a subset SXS \subset X is called cofinite if the complement X\SX \backslash S is a finite set.

A preordered set (Λ,)(\Lambda,\leq) is cofinite or closure finite if for every λΛ\lambda\in\Lambda the set of all predecessors of λ\lambda is finite.

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