Definitions for "Neighborhood"
A place near; vicinity; adjoining district; a region the inhabitants of which may be counted as neighbors; as, he lives in my neighborhood.
The inhabitants who live in the vicinity of each other; as, the fire alarmed all the neiborhood.
The environment of a subject property that has a direct and immediate impact on its value.
An area of a municipality which is identifiable by a common use, a common atmosphere or a common business area.
A residential or commercial area with similar types of properties, buildings of similar value or age, predominant land-use activities, and natural or fabricated geographic boundaries, such as highways or rivers.
Contiguous areas showing common characteristics of population and homogeneity of land use.
In mathematical Euclidean space, a small set of points surrounding and including a particular point. Thus, for an economic variable, such as an allocation, the neighborhood of a particular allocation includes all those allocations that are sufficiently similar to it.
An open set in a topological space that contains a specific point.
(Set-theoretical) topology starts with a definition of open sets which are often and interchangeably called neighborhoods. By definition, the empty set is open and so are finite intersections and arbitrary unions of open sets. A set is a topological space if some of its subsets are declared to be open subject to these conditions. An open set is a neighborhood of all its points. A function f:A-B from one topological space into another is continuous at a point aA if for every neighborhood V of f(a) there exists a neighborhood U of a such that f(U)V. This is equivalent to saying that inverse images of sets open in B are open in A. Complements of open sets are closed by definition.
Keywords:  serat, bevin, kirel, uru, d'ni
An outlying section of D'ni. The Neighborhoods are situated in the cavern walls of D'ni. Only a balcony is available in Uru Prime. They were excellent places for social activities of a larger group of people. Neighborhoods vary in their equipment and décor. There are two basic types, Bevin (common) and Serat (rare), distinguishable mainly by the shape of their lamps. Recently only Bevin and Kirel are accessible, except in . Here they are shared by several players, new ones can be created and the players can change their membership.
people living near one another; "it is a friendly neighborhood"; "my neighborhood voted for Bush"
a group of people living within a certain range
Settlement. Israelis and their apologists insist that Gilo is just another neighborhood of Jerusalem. The fact is that it is built on illegally confiscated occupied land--thus a settlement.
A district or locality characterized by similar or compatible land uses. Neighborhoods are often identified by a place name and have boundaries composed of major streets, barriers, or abrupt changes in land use.
A district or locality characterized by similar or compatible land uses, often with a major street for shopping or restaurants.
a community in a town which has defined edges of parkways, boulevards, developed parks, campuses, or other natural features
Keywords:  radius, proximity, winner, neuron, walk
The quality or condition of being a neighbor; the state of being or dwelling near; proximity.
In land-use and transit planning, the approximate area between 1/4-mile radius (the core) and 1/2-mile radius from a rail transit station, representing about a 10 to15-minute walk to the station. Also referred to as the "ring."
Set of neurons located near winner neuron up to a certain radius
The disposition becoming a neighbor; neighborly kindness or good will.
a physical entity with typological attributes, and is the fundamental building block of urban form
the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in `in the region of'); "it was going to take in the region of two or three months to finish the job"; "the price is in the neighborhood of \$100"
An area that has a direct influence on value, i.e. groups of similar land uses with similar desirability.
a group of properties that enjoy and/or suffer from the same influences
an appraiser-defined group of parcels with common characteristics
Keywords:  vertex, adjacent, blue, vertices, red
The neighborhood of a vertex is all the vertices that it is adjacent to (all of the vertex's neighbors). Here we have a vertex (in blue) and the vertices in its neighborhood (in red)
Keywords:  speaking, small, place
a very small place, relatively speaking
a web page that features your company and any active listings you have posted