I am trying to understand the difference between a "space" and a "mathematical structure".
I have found the following definition for mathematical structure:
A mathematical structure is a set (or sometimes several sets) with various associated mathematical objects such as subsets, sets of subsets, operations and relations, all of which must satisfy various requirements (axioms). The collection of associated mathematical objects is called the structure and the set is called the underlying set. http://www.abstractmath.org/MM/MMMathStructure.htm
Wikipedia says the following:
In mathematics, a structure on a set, or more generally a type, consists of additional mathematical objects that in some manner attach (or relate) to the set, making it easier to visualize or work with, or endowing the collection with meaning or significance. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mathematical_structure
Regarding a space, Wikipedia says:
In mathematics, a space is a set with some added structure. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Space_(mathematics)
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