LCH

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AcronymDefinition
LCHLaunch
LCHLangerhans Cell Histiocytosis (medicine; immune system disorder)
LCHLong Transport Channel
LCHLight Combat Helicopter
LCHLatch
LCHLanding Craft, Heavy (vessel)
LCHLondon Clearing House
LCHLigue Canadienne de Hockey (Canadian Hockey League)
LCHLow Cost Housing (International, Ltd; Calgary, AB, Canada)
LCHLimited Criminal History (Indiana)
LCHLondon Chest Hospital (UK)
LCHLesserian Curative Hypnotherapy (UK)
LCHLove Chapel Hill (North Carolina)
LCHLake Charles, LA, USA - Municipal (Airport Code)
LCHLeydig Cell Hypoplasia
LCHLambretta Club Hellas
LCHLocally Compact Hausdorff (topological space)
LCHLow Cost Heuristic
LCHLeast Virtual Hop
LCHLeader Channel
LCHLicentiatus Chirurgiae (Licentiate In Surgery)
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Let [S.sub.1], [S.sub.2] and [S.sub.3] be three g[ALEPH] locally compact Hausdorff spaces.
Let X be a locally compact Hausdorff space and (Y,[[tau].sub.Y]) a topological linear space.
Now, let M(X) be the Banach space of all complex Radon measures on the locally compact Hausdorff space X with the total variation norm.
Let X be a locally compact Hausdorff space, and let w : X [right arrow] R be an upper semi-continuous function such that w(t) [greater than or equal to] 1 for every t [member of] X.
-- A topological vector lattice (E,[tau]) is homeomorphic and lattice isomorphic to a dense subspace V of (C(Y),k) for some locally compact Hausdorff space Y such that V [intersection] [C.sub.[infinity]](Y) is dense in ([C.sub.o](Y), ||*||) if, and only if, (E,[tau]) is an M-partition space.
Let X be a neutrosophic locally compact Hausdorff space.
For a locally compact Hausdorff space X we denote by [C.sub.c] (X) the set of all real continuous functions on X with compact support.
In particular, when X is a locally compact Hausdorff space then using Theorem 1.1, one can observe that [LAMBDA]-closed sets for the hinged set [LAMBDA] [subset or equal to] DP([beta]X, X) are precisely F-compact sets defined by Thrivikraman in [6].
Throughout S denotes a locally compact Hausdorff topological semigroup.
Concerning the above properties, in the article [1] we proved: (1) If there is a dplb from C(X, V) to C(Y, Z), #X [greater than or equal to] 4, #Y [greater than or equal to] 3, V is linearly isometric to Z and [Z.sup.*] has no isometric copy of ([R.sup.2], [parallel] [[parallel].sub.[infinity]]) then X is homeomorphic to Y; (2) there exist Banach spaces which do not solve the dplb problem; (3) every [C.sub.0](L) space, where L is a locally compact Hausdorff space, has the dplb property.
Throughout this paper, [??] denotes a locally compact semigroup; i.e., a semigroup with a locally compact Hausdorff topology whose binary operation is jointly continuous.
Let S denote a locally compact semigroup, that is a semigroup with a locally compact Hausdorff topology under which the binary operation of S is jointly continuous.
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