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A set S may consist of elements, each of which corresponds to an element of a set I. Then I is the index set, and S is said to be indexed by I. For example, the set S may consist of elements ai, where i ε I. This is written S={ai|i ε I} or {ai, i ε I}.

Subjects: Mathematics.

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