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A linear set is any set of the form a + span (b1,..., bk). Here the plus sign means set addition:

X + Y = {a + b: a in X and b in Y}. The span of a set S is the set of all elements that can be made

by adding together a finite sequence of elements from S.

A semilinear set is the union of finitely many linear sets.

-- BarrinG - 2013-02-07

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