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- A subset F of a space X is said to be relatively pseudocompact provided that for every continuous function f:X→Ｒ, f(F) is a bounded subset of Ｒ.
It is a property for a subspace of a topological space.
- Encyclopedia of general topology, Edited by Klaas Pieter Hart, Jun-iti Nagata and Jerry E. Vaughan. Elsevier Science Publishers, B.V., Amsterdam, 2004.