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(kan'tŏr),
Meyer O., 20th-century U.S. physician. See: Cantor tube.
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Huemer also shows no quarter to what he calls the Cantorian orthodoxy, which is the theory of transfinite arithmetic developed by Georg Cantor in the nineteenth century, as accepted by contemporary mathematicians.
Es hacia el ultimo cuarto del siglo XIX, en el esplendor de las matematicas en Alemania, lo que se ha dado en llamar "escuela de Berlin", que Georg Cantor (1845-1918) empieza a desarrollar lo que terminaria siendo conocido como la teoria de conjuntos.
It truncates infinity by putting an arbitrary limit as Georg Cantor did, and calls the rest the "absolute infinite" that is known only to infinite God.
Young, taken from Joseph Dauben, Georg Cantor: His Mathematics and Philosophy of the Infinite, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1979, p.
A curve, as used in this text, follows on from Georg Cantor's demonstration "that a line and a plane contain the same number of points by displaying a map from the unit interval I onto the unit square U = I x I" and is considered "the image of a nontrivial continuous map from I into the plane." Darst (Colorado State U.), Palagallo (U.
In 1873, the German mathematician Georg Cantor published a paper in the Crelle Journal which proved that the set R of the continuum of real numbers is non-denumerable; that is, there is no one-to-one correspondence from the set N to the set R.
Artists Alecos Papadatos and Annie Di Donna spent three weeks travelling to locations cited in the novel, from Cambridge where Russell studied, to London, Paris, Vienna and the sanatorium in Halle, Germany, where one of his heroes, mathematician Georg Cantor, spent the last months of his life.
It begins with Georg Cantor, whose work proved the foundation for much of 20th-century mathematics.
Then there is God Created the Integers (2005), a provocatively titled opus reminiscent of Leopold Kronecker's idea from around 1880 that ends, "all else is the work of man." From Euclid and Archimedes to Georg Cantor and Alan Turing, Hawking provides gifted insight into how the lives and works of these brilliant minds helped build the foundations of mathematics.