Bourbaki


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Bourbaki

(ˈbɔːbəkɪ)
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(Mathematics) Nicholas Bourbaki the pseudonym of a group of mainly French mathematicians that, since 1939, has been producing a monumental work on advanced mathematics, Eléments de Mathématique
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Bourbaki is apposite: "every mathematician knows that a proof has not really been 'understood' if one has done nothing more than verifying step by step the correctness of the deductions of which it is composed" (Bourbaki, 1950, p.
Andre Weil was a member of a group of Paris mathematicians who published jointly under the pen name "Nicolas Bourbaki.
En Mexico, a raiz de la guerra contra el narcotrafico que el gobierno federal inicio en 2006, aumentaron drasticamente los indices de violencia, misma que ha costado 150 mil muertes, segun reporta el diario La Jornada ("Van 150 mil muertos en Mexico por la narcoviolencia: Panetta", 2012), 27 mil desaparecidos (<<"Escalofriante", la cifra de 27 mil desaparecidos en Mexico: Amnistia Internacional>>, 2013) y 120 mil desplazados (Equipo Bourbaki, 2011).
Surjection is a term that Raqs draw from the fictional mathematician Nicolas Bourbaki in relation to set theory, which involves the subtle movement and shift of elements from one set to the other.
L'entreprise oulipienne se pose comme une refondation axiomatique de la litterature, sur le modele de celle operee pour les mathematiques par Bourbaki.
El narcotrafico, la criminalidad y la violencia espectacular han reconfigurado politica, social y economicamente al Mexico contemporaneo, tal como muestran diversos informes: Bourbaki (2011), Stratfor (2012), etc.
de Bourbaki para procesos convexos) Sean X y Y espacios de Banach y f: X [flecha diestra] Y un proceso convexo y epiyectivo.
Zagier, Ramanujan's mock theta functions and their applications (after Zwegers and Ono-Bringmann), Seminaire Bourbaki.
Vebien--el grupo de matematicos estadounidenses conocido como los "teoricos postulacionalistas"--y mas tarde por el mitico grupo de matematicos franceses Bourbaki.
No less of an authority than Bourbaki, whom many regarded as a structuralist of sorts (though the collective's philosophical views were somewhat hazy and deliberately obfuscated), provides Castoriadis with an opening:
Influenced by the French structuralist group of mathematicians called Bourbaki, Piaget identifies three cognitive structures that characterize children's thinking as it develops: sensorimotor, concrete operational and formal.