Q: What is quasi metric space?

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Any closed bounded subset of a metric space is compact.

any interval subset of R is open and closed

Most radiated and conducted limits in electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) testing are based on quasi-peak detection mode. Quasi-peak detectors weigh signals according to their repetition rate, which is a way of measuring their "annoyance factor." They do this by having a charge rate much faster than the discharge rate. Therefore as the repetition rate increases, the quasi-peak detector does not have enough time to discharge as much, resulting in a higher voltage output (response on spectrum analyzer). For continuous wave (CW) signals, the peak and the quasi-peak response are the same. The quasi-peak detector also responds to different amplitude signals in a linear fashion. High amplitude low repetition rate signals could produce the same output as low amplitude high repetition rate signal. Quasi-peak detector readings will always be less than or equal to the peak detection. Because quasi-peak readings are much slower, (by 2 or 3 orders of magnitude compared with peak) it is very common to scan initially with the peak detection first, and then if this is marginal or fails, switch and run the quasi- peak measurement against the limits.

A gallon is certainly not metric. It is imperial.

The metric unit for distance/length is the metre, but what kind of formula are you asking for?

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The assumptions of a metric space except for symmetry.

A metric on a set is complete if every Cauchy sequence in the corresponding metric space they form converges to a point of the set in question. The metric space itself is called a complete metric space. See related links for more information.

The question doesn't make sense, or alternatively it is true by definition. A Hilbert Space is a complete inner product space - complete in the metric induced by the norm defined by the inner product over the space. In other words an inner product space is a vector space with an inner product defined on it. An inner product then defines a norm on the space, and every norm on a space induces a metric. A Hilbert Space is thus also a complete metric space, simply where the metric is induced by the inner product.

It is a vector space with a quasi norm instead of a norm. A quasi norm is a variation of a norm which follows all the norm axioms except for the triangle inequality where we have x+y< or = K(x+y)for some K>1

I am also dying to know geometrical interpretation of semi-metric space . If anyone have idea please do infrom me as well

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No.

quasi means almost.

quasi means almost.

Matter is defined as that which has mass and occupies space. There are procedures to measure both. Even if you can't measure the mass of an object directly (such as a gas), you can still determine it's mass by measuring the space it occupies. Pressure is one way to measure the mass of gas by the amount of space it occupies.

I don't think there is any energy associated with empty space.

What. Do you understand by quasi-vertica communication