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k-cell (plural k-cells)

  1. (mathematical analysis) A subset of k-dimensional Euclidean space which is obtained by taking the Cartesian product of k intervals (closed, open, or half-closed) which are subsets of the coordinate axes of the ambient Euclidean space.

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Hyponyms of "k-cell" are "1-cell", "2-cell", "3-cell", etc.; and synonyms are "n-cell" or such. The 'k' in "k-cell" is italicized.

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