Proximity Space

In topology, a proximity space is an axiomatization of notions of "nearness" that hold set-to-set, as opposed to the better known point-to-set notions that characterize topological spaces.The concept was described by Frigyes Riesz in 1908 and ignored at the time. It was rediscovered and axiomatized by V. A. Efremovič in 1934, but not published until 1951. In the interim, in 1940, A. N. Wallace discovered a version of the same concept.
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