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Foundations of Computer Science

NuMachine, as powerful as Turing machine, but more intuitive in its working is described. Adding three more derivation rules... see more
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Author: Kannan Nambiar
Date Added: Jun 13, 2001 Date Modified: Apr 02, 2015
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Teaching Generalized Continuum Hypothesis

Generalized Continuum Hypothesis is derived from a simple axiom called Axiom of Combinatorial Sets.
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Author: Kannan Nambiar
Date Added: Mar 31, 2002 Date Modified: Dec 20, 2005
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