eBook The continuum, and other types of serial order, with an introduction to Cantor's transfinite numbers download
by E 1874-1952 Huntington,Georg Cantor
Author: E 1874-1952 Huntington,Georg Cantor
Publisher: Nabu Press (August 29, 2010)
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Huntington, E. V. (Edward Vermilye), 1874-1952; Cantor, Georg, 1845-1919. University of California Libraries. nrlf ucb:GLAD-117770260. Harvard University Press. Canon 5D. Collection-library.
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Continuum and Other Types. has been added to your Cart. The accomplished Harvard mathematician E. Huntington was perhaps the first competent mathematician to collect Cantor's results on the continuum and uncountable sets, and translate them intelligibly for the intelligent, focused non-mathematician. The presentation is commendably clear and stepwise, with examples of the peculiar point sets that start at finitude and countability and progress through density to uncountability and the continuum. Symbolism is limited and comprehensible. This small volume is THE classic on point sets and the continuum.