Thus, overbreadth only works as a regulator of patent validity when generality is a set-theoretical
This paper explores the connection between Kant's first antinomy and the set-theoretical
paradox of the largest cardinal.
To address this sample size limitation, and to further explore possible connections between "medical home-ness", patient characteristics, and quality outcomes, we now report an exploratory study using a set-theoretical
analytic method, fuzzy set qualitative comparative analysis (fs/QCA).
Table 1 shows abstract elementary patterns that can be used to build up textual or graphical formal models by using the ORM-based graphical patterns or their textual set-theoretical
In the end, Meillassoux contends that 'what the set-theoretical
axiomatic demonstrates is at the very least a fundamental uncertainty regarding the totalizability of the possible,' and thus 'we should restrict the claims of aleatory reasoning solely to objects of experience' (105).
These proceedings of the July 2004 conference reflect the high regard in which contributors held Donin, and include a survey of his research along with such topics as bicrystals and crystal bases, the small quantum group and the Springer resolution, Fourier transforms for Hopf algebras, quantization, basic representations of quantum current algebras in higher genus, Poincare-Birkhoff-Witt expansions of the canonical elliptic differential form, the Drinfeld double for orbifolds, symmetrically factorizable groups and set-theoretical
solutions for the pentagon equation, the dynamical reflection equation and Carter-Rieger-Saito movies.
I find this latter possibility very reasonable, but it would allow a set-theoretical
post-hoc account of almost any demonstration of attentional capture one can think of without contributing anything to our insights on how attention works (see Gibson, 1941, for an early warning).
16-17), and how it relates to current set-theoretical
Lewis began with (and has not abandoned) a set-theoretical
conception of properties.
Venn diagrams are widely used in logic texts to illustrate relations among concepts or set-theoretical
operations, but no theory of them has ever been given.
Another kind of paradox is the set-theoretical
Its efficiency depends on the set-theoretical
relationship between the subject's hypothesis and the actual rule.