Dedekind


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Dedekind

(German ˈdedəˌkɪnt)
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(Biography) (Julius Wilhelm) Richard (ˈjuːlɪʊs ˈvɪlhɛlm ˈrixɑːt). 1831–1916, German mathematician, who devised a way (the Dedekind cut) of according irrational and rational numbers the same status
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The constants [[gamma].sub.n](K) are sometimes called the Stieltjes constants associated with the Dedekind zeta function.
J Plaskett, (1) MB ChB, FCS (SA), MMed; G Chinnery, (1) MB ChB, FCS (SA), Cert Gastroenterology (SA) Surg; D Thomson, (1) MB ChB, FCS (SA), Cert Crit Care (SA) Surg; S Thomson, (1) ChM, FRCS (Eng & Edin), FRCP (Edin); B Dedekind, (2) MB ChB, FCS (SA); E Jonas, (1) MB ChB, MMed, FCS (SA), PhD
Il faut remarquer cependant qu'elle etait deja debattue par Dedekind.
Then [[psi].sub.k](n) := (f * [sub.k]g)(n) is the analogue of the Dedekind [psi]-function.
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Finally, we prove that every monotone statistically e-uniform Cauchy sequence in a Dedekind [sigma]-complete Riesz space E is statistically e-uniformly convergent.
Josiah Royce, who takes the idea from Cantor and Dedekind, illustrates this notion using the example of a portion of the surface of England leveled and smoothed in order to create upon it a perfect map of England itself; (3) an exact map which copies every single point and detail, and therefore contains, as a part of itself, a representation of its own contour and contents.
where [mathematical expression not reproducible] is the Dedekind eta-function for modular parameter q.
Han, "Some identities related to Dedekind sums and the Chebyshev polynomials," International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Statistics, vol.