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In domain theory, a complete partial order is algebraic if every element is the lub of some chain of compact elements. If the set of compact elements is countable it is omega-algebraic. Usually written with a Greek letter omega (LaTeX \omega).


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  • Omega-meson

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  • Omega minus

    noun 1. an unstable negatively charged elementary particle, classified as a baryon, that has a mass 3273 times that of the electron

  • Omega-minus particle

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