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Riemann Hypothesis is viewed as a statement about the capacity of a communication channel as defined by Shannon.

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Logset, the inverse of the powerset operation, is introduced into set theory.

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A weblog in which issues of metamathematics are discussed.

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An axiomatic theory called Real Set Theory is defined in which Generalized Continuum Hypothesis and Axiom of Choice are...
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Here is an example which will illustrate the flaw in the Single Transferable Vote (STV) system used in the Presidential...
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Godel has proved that there are formulas in Elementary Arithmetic, which will introduce contradictions, irrespective of...
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Intuitive Set Theory (IST) is defined as the theory we get, when we add Axiom of Monotonicity and Axiom of Fusion to...
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The mathematical universe discussed here gives models of possible structures our physical universe can have.

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Twenty significant and pressing problems of information technology are listed.

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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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