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_{0} since every uniform space is _{''i''} Ã— ''U''_{''i''} is contained in ''E'' for all ''i''. Equivalently, ''X'' is totally bounded if for each entourage ''E'' there exists a finite subset of ''X'' such that ''X'' is the union of all ''E'' ''i''">'x''_{''i''} In terms of uniform covers, ''X'' is totally bounded if every uniform cover has a finite subcover.
* Compact. A uniform space is

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field of topology
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a uniform property or uniform invariant is a property of a uniform space
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which is invariant under uniform isomorphisms.
Since uniform spaces come as topological space
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s and uniform isomorphisms are homeomorphism
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s, every topological property
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of a uniform space is also a uniform property. This article is (mostly) concerned with uniform properties that are ''not'' topological properties.
Uniform properties

* Separated. A uniform space ''X'' is separated if the intersection of allentourage
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s is equal to the diagonal in ''X'' Ã— ''X''. This is actually just a topological property, and equivalent to the condition that the underlying topological space is Hausdorff (or simply ''T''completely regular
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).
* Complete. A uniform space ''X'' is complete if every Cauchy net
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in ''X'' converges (i.e. has a limit point
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in ''X'').
* Totally bounded (or Precompact). A uniform space ''X'' is totally bounded In topology and related branches of mathematics, total-boundedness is a generalization of compactness for circumstances in which a set is not necessarily closed. A totally bounded set can be covered by finitely many subsets of every fixed â€œsizeâ€ ...

if for each entourage ''E'' âŠ‚ ''X'' Ã— ''X'' there is a finite cover
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of ''X'' such that ''U''compact
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if it is complete and totally bounded. Despite the definition given here, compactness is a topological property and so admits a purely topological description (every open cover has a finite subcover).
* Uniformly connected. A uniform space ''X'' is uniformly connected if every uniformly continuous function
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from ''X'' to a discrete uniform space is constant.
* Uniformly disconnected. A uniform space ''X'' is uniformly disconnected if it is not uniformly connected.
See also

*Topological property
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References

* *{{cite book , last = Willard , first = Stephen , title = General Topology , url = https://archive.org/details/generaltopology00will_0 , url-access = registration , publisher = Addison-Wesley , location = Reading, Massachusetts , year = 1970 , isbn = 0-486-43479-6 Uniform spaces