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**Dominated convergence theorem**— In measure theory, Lebesgue s dominated convergence theorem provides sufficient conditions under which two limit processes commute, namely Lebesgue integration and almost everywhere convergence of a sequence of functions. The dominated… …122

**Heat death of the universe**— For the album, see The Heat Death of the Universe. Physical cosmology Universe  …123

**Union shop**— In the United States of America, a union shop is a place of employment where the employer may hire either labor union members or nonmembers but where nonmembers must become union members within a specified period of time or lose their jobs. Under …124

**Bohr compactification**— In mathematics, the Bohr compactification of a topological group G is a compact Hausdorff topological group H that may be canonically associated to G . Its importance lies in the reduction of the theory of uniformly almost periodic functions on G …125

**Generalized continued fraction**— In analysis, a generalized continued fraction is a generalization of regular continued fractions in canonical form in which the partial numerators and the partial denominators can assume arbitrary real or complex values.A generalized continued… …126

**Absolute time and space**— See also: Absolute rotation, Bucket argument, Rotating spheres, and Inertial frame of reference Originally introduced by Sir Isaac Newton in the Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, the concepts of absolute time and space provided a… …127

**Comparison between cricket and baseball**— Baseball and cricket at the professional level are the best known members of a family of related bat and ball games. While many of their rules, terminology, and strategies are similar, there are many differences some subtle, some major between… …128

**Heine–Cantor theorem**— In mathematics, the Heine–Cantor theorem, named after Eduard Heine and Georg Cantor, states that if M is a compact metric space, then every continuous function: f : M rarr; N , where N is a metric space, is uniformly continuous.For instance, if f …