Syndetic set

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In mathematics, a syndetic set is a subset of the natural numbers, having the property of "bounded gaps": that the sizes of the gaps in the sequence of natural numbers is bounded.

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A set is called syndetic if for some finite subset F of

where . Thus syndetic sets have "bounded gaps"; for a syndetic set , there is an integer such that for any .

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