: a subset of a spaceespecially: one that has the essential properties (such as those of a vector space or topological space) of the including space
Examples of subspace in a Sentence
Recent Examples on the WebSome causal chain of events (perhaps subspace quantum gravity mass-energy fluctuations) must have caused this particular choice of location in this particular instance.
Quanta Magazine, 27 Sep. 2019 Twarock applied this concept by importing symmetry from a higher-dimensional space — in this case, from a lattice in six dimensions — into a three-dimensional subspace.
Quanta Magazine, 19 July 2017 In the BDSM community, this is sometimes referred to as subspace, and loosely described as a altered state of consciousness as the result of an intense power play scenario.
Karley Sciortino, Vogue, 21 June 2017
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