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Complete partial order
also called Complete poset

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  1. In mathematics, directed complete partial orders and complete partial orders are special classes of partially ordered sets

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    created by user picturefactobot on January 20, 2009
  2. A function f between two dcpos P and Q is called continuous if it maps directed sets to directed sets while preserving their suprema

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  3. These orders, called dcpos and cpos for short, are characterized by particular completeness properties

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  4. A partially ordered set is a directed complete partial order (dcpo) if each of its directed subsets has a supremum

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  5. Both dcpos and cpos are considered in domain theory and have major applications in theoretical computer science and denotational semantics

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