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Cantor and Dedekind
That the algebra of the real numbers can be employed to yield results about the linear continuum of geometry relies on the CantorDedekind axiom.
Cantor also mentioned the idea in his letters to Richard Dedekind ( text in square brackets not present in original ):
In his professorial doctoral dissertation, On the Concept of Number ( 1886 ) and in his Philosophy of Arithmetic ( 1891 ), Husserl sought, by employing Brentano's descriptive psychology, to define the natural numbers in a way that advanced the methods and techniques of Karl Weierstrass, Richard Dedekind, Georg Cantor, Gottlob Frege, and other contemporary mathematicians.
During his honeymoon in the Harz mountains, Cantor spent much time in mathematical discussions with Richard Dedekind, whom he had met two years earlier while on Swiss holiday.
In 1882, the mathematical correspondence between Cantor and Dedekind came to an end, apparently as a result of Dedekind's declining the chair at Halle.
At that Congress, Cantor renewed his friendship and correspondence with Dedekind.
Dedekind, whom Cantor befriended in 1872, cited this paper later that year, in the paper where he first set out his celebrated definition of real numbers by Dedekind cuts.
Owing to the gigantic simultaneous efforts of Frege, Dedekind and Cantor, the infinite was set on a throne and revelled in its total triumph.
In the second half of the nineteenth century, the calculus was reformulated by Augustin-Louis Cauchy, Bernard Bolzano, Karl Weierstrass, Cantor, Dedekind, and others using the ( ε, δ )- definition of limit and set theory.
Dedekind, Riemann, Moritz Cantor and Alfred Enneper, although they had all already earned their PhDs, attended Dirichlet's classes to study with him.
* the various ( but equivalent ) constructions of the real numbers by Dedekind and Cantor resulting in the modern axiomatic definition of the real number field ;
The first three, due to Georg Cantor / Charles Méray, Richard Dedekind and Karl Weierstrass / Otto Stolz all occurred within a few years of each other.
Bolzano's posthumously published work Paradoxien des Unendlichen ( The Paradoxes of the Infinite ) was greatly admired by many of the eminent logicians who came after him, including Charles Sanders Peirce, Georg Cantor, and Richard Dedekind.
There are also papers on Dedekind, Cantor, and Russell.
Given the CantorDedekind axiom, this algorithm can be regarded as an algorithm to decide the truth of any statement in Euclidean geometry.
Mistakes and philosophical weaknesses in reasoning about infinitesimal numbers in the work of Gottfried Leibniz, Johann Bernoulli, Leonhard Euler, Augustin-Louis Cauchy, and others were the reason that they were originally abandoned for the more cumbersome real number-based arguments developed by Georg Cantor, Richard Dedekind, and Karl Weierstrass, which were perceived as being more rigorous by Weierstrass's followers.
Of a totally different orientation < nowiki > the " Old Formalist School " of Richard Dedekind | Dedekind, Georg Cantor | Cantor, Giuseppe Peano | Peano, Ernst Zermelo | Zermelo, and Louis Couturat | Couturat, etc .< nowiki ></ nowiki > was the Pre-Intuitionist School, mainly led by Poincaré, Borel and Lebesgue.
In mathematical logic, the phrase CantorDedekind axiom has been used to describe the thesis that the real numbers are order-isomorphic to the linear continuum of geometry.

Cantor and were
Headquartered in Midtown Manhattan, New York City, Cantor Fitzgerald was formerly based in the World Trade Center and was the company hardest hit by the September 11, 2001 attacks, which killed all 658 of its employees who were in the office at the time ( out of 960 who were based there ).
Cantor Fitzgerald's corporate headquarters and New York City office, on the 101st-105th floors of One World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan ( 2-6 floors above the impact zone of a hijacked airliner ), were destroyed during the September 11, 2001 attacks.
The objections to his work were occasionally fierce: Poincaré referred to Cantor's ideas as a " grave disease " infecting the discipline of mathematics, and Kronecker's public opposition and personal attacks included describing Cantor as a " scientific charlatan ", a " renegade " and a " corrupter of youth.
In 1860, Cantor graduated with distinction from the Realschule in Darmstadt ; his exceptional skills in mathematics, trigonometry in particular, were noted.
Before Cantor, there were only finite sets ( which are easy to understand ) and " the infinite " ( which was considered a topic for philosophical, rather than mathematical, discussion ).
Several hit songs were also recorded during the mahjong fad, most notably " Since Ma is Playing Mah Jong " by Eddie Cantor.
They both postulated that if the stars in the universe were distributed in a hierarchical fractal cosmology ( e. g., similar to Cantor dust )— the average density of any region diminishes as the region considered increases — it would not be necessary to rely on the Big Bang theory to explain Olbers ' paradox.
In 1951 the duo became one of the rotating hosts of The Colgate Comedy Hour ( Eddie Cantor and Bob Hope were among the others ) and the following year they inaugurated their own situation comedy, The Abbott and Costello Show.
( Eddie Cantor and Martin and Lewis were among the others.
Eddie Cantor, Fred Allen, Ethel Merman and Smith and Dale were among the top acts seen in Paramount shorts.
The implications of the infinite void were revolutionary ; to have pursued them would have threatened the singular relationship of man and this natural world to God ( Cantor 2001 ); in it he treated theology mathematically.
The term transfinite was coined by Georg Cantor, who wished to avoid some of the implications of the word infinite in connection with these objects, which were nevertheless not finite.
At the same time, more popular " big name " artists were hired to record for the label including Wilbur Sweatman, Eddie Cantor, the Six Brown Brothers, and the Louisiana Five.
Among popular artists of the time who recorded for " Hit of the Week Records " were Gene Austin, Duke Ellington ( as Harlem Hot Chocolates ), Eddie Cantor, Morton Downey, and Rudy Vallee.
In 1933, a set of 12 Eddie Cantor caricatures by Frederick J. Garner were published by Brown & Bigelow.
Eddie and Ida Cantor were seen in a brief prologue and epilogue set in a projection room, where they are watching Brasselle in action ; at the end of the film Eddie tells Ida, " I never looked better in my life "... and gives the audience a knowing, incredulous look.
In 1749 he was involved in a conflict with the Cantor of the Liebfrauenkirche, Gottfried Mittag, who had misappropriated funds that were due to Friedemann.
The only sets that Cantor was originally interested in were subsets of R.
Both were especially hard-hit by 9 / 11, as Joanne's brother and Rick's closest friend, Billy Minardi, was working as a bond trader for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 105th floor of the north tower of the World Trade Center when it was struck by American Airlines Flight 11.
His earliest movie jobs were on Samuel Goldwyn's Eddie Cantor musicals, where he began developing such techniques as a “ parade of faces ” ( individualizing each chorus girl with a loving close-up ), and moving his dancers all over the stage ( and often beyond ) in as many kaleidoscopic patterns as possible.
As radio and television matured, many of its most famous comedians, including Jack Benny, Sid Caesar, George Burns, Eddie Cantor, Jack Carter, Henny Youngman and Milton Berle, were Jewish.
Some of them were Jack Benny, Burns and Allen, Fred Allen, Eddie Cantor, and Rudy Vallee, among others.
The first acquisitions were Jewish ceremonial artworks belonging to the Münster Cantor Zvi Sofer.

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