In 1930 Kuratowski introduced the measure of non-compactness for complete metric spaces in order to measure the discrepancy a set may have from being compact.Since then several variants and generalizations concerning quanti .cation of topological and uniform properties have been studied.The introduction of approach uniform spaces,establishes a unifying setting which allows for a canonical quanti .cation of uniform concepts,such as completeness,which is the subject of this article.
LOWEN, R. and WINDELS, B., AUnif, a common supercategory of pMET and Unif, Internat. J. Math. Math. Sci.21 (1998), 1-18. MR98j:54014
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