a curve that is closed and that has no loops or points missing; a curve for which there exists a homeomorphism mapping it to a circle.
- Simple dislocation
simple dislocation n. See closed dislocation.
noun, Logic, Philosophy. 1. a procedure for arriving at empirical generalizations by haphazard accumulation of positive instances.
- Simple epithelium
simple epithelium n. Epithelium made up of one layer of cells.
noun, Mathematics. 1. an extension field of a given field, obtained by forming all polynomials in a specified element with coefficients contained in the given field.