Point-free

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Point-free may refer to:

  • Pointless topology, an approach to topology that avoids mentioning points
  • Point-free style in programming, called also tacit programming
  • Whitehead's point-free geometry, a geometry whose primitive ontological notion is region rather than point. Two axiomatic systems are set out below, one grounded in mereology, the other in mereotopology and known as connection theory. A point can mark a space or objects