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Intellectual space is defined as the set of all proofs of mathematical logic, contained in The Book of Erdos. Physical and...
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Intellectual space is defined as the set of all proofs of mathematical logic, contained in The Book of Erdos. Physical and intellectual spaces are visualized making use of concepts from Intuitive Set Theory.
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Kannan Nambiar
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Jun 26, 2001
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Godel has proved that there are formulas in Elementary Arithmetic, which will introduce contradictions, irrespective of...
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Godel has proved that there are formulas in Elementary Arithmetic, which will introduce contradictions, irrespective of whether we assume the formula itself or its negation. His proof is in metalanguage. Sentient Arithmetic (SA) adds three more derivation rules to EA and shows that the proof for incompleteness of SA can be given in SA itself without using any metalanguage.
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Kannan Nambiar
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Jun 25, 2001
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It is not unusual that instructors get bogged down in the complex details of set theory, while teaching the foundations of...
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It is not unusual that instructors get bogged down in the complex details of set theory, while teaching the foundations of computer science. This paper is an attempt to help them from the quagmire.
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Kannan Nambiar
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Jan 22, 2002
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Dec 20, 2005
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A mathematical point traveling at random inside a unit interval according to a probability density function is called a...
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A mathematical point traveling at random inside a unit interval according to a probability density function is called a phantom and its motion studied.
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Kannan Nambiar
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