transfinite


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trans·fi·nite

 (trăns-fī′nīt′)
adj.
Going beyond the finite.

transfinite

(trænsˈfaɪnaɪt)
adj
extending beyond the finite
Translations
transfinit
transfini
transfinito
References in classic literature ?
Unless it were a transfinite number falling in love with a finite one--I suppose such things do happen, even in mathematics.
This applies both to cosmological phenomena such as singularities, which are often considered bodies of infinite mass and density, and to "inventions" such as Cantor's system of transfinite numbers.
Finally, the central axle trailer can reduce the probability of accidents, which has an important meaning for transfinite governance.
Specific topics include pathos of the future: writing and hospitality in The Childhood of Jesus, the name of the number: transfinite mathematics, Coetzee and the parental punctum, and beyond the literary theme park: Coetzee's late style.
attempted to outrun perception, to offer more that could be perceived in order to shift the transfinite structure of the net to aesthetics.
Restricting primitive recursive set functions to the ordinals leads to the class of ordinal recursive functions, which have been linked with machine models of transfinite computations e.
The collection of sentences comprising each individual NL is so vast that its magnitude is given by no number, finite or transfinite.
Moreover, topological dimensions have integer values although some versions allow transfinite (ordinal) values too.
I gave the thing the name Aleph, I took it from Cantor's book on the Mengenlehre, on transfinite numbers, and I said, here we might have an Aleph.
Consequently, she broke out the framework of causally determined identical substances to head towards another morality of thought, which proceeds through dialogue that Kristeva calls a logic of distance, relativity, analogy, nonexclusive and transfinite opposition.
Acting out of obedience to carry out his understanding of God's will, Cantor developed a theory of transfinite numbers.