Subspace

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Subspace may refer to:

In mathematics[edit]

  • A space inheriting all characteristics of a parent space.
  • A subset of a topological space endowed with the subspace topology
  • Linear subspace, in linear algebra, a subset of a vector space that is closed under addition and scalar multiplication
  • Flat (geometry), a Euclidean subspace
  • Affine subspace, a geometric structure that generalizes the affine properties of a flat
  • Multilinear subspace in multilinear algebra, a subset of a tensor space that is closed under addition and scalar multiplication

In science fiction[edit]

In games[edit]

Other uses[edit]

  • "Subspace" (song), a 2001 single by Funker Vogt
  • Subspace, in BDSM, a psychological state that can be entered by the submissive participant