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Aleph Null

Group

Aleph Null is a musical artist, webpage, musical group.

  • albums: "Dale", "Belladonna", "Nocturnal"

Music

"Aleph Null" is a musical album of Phantom West.

  • released on (8 years ago)

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Google previewMathematics Illustrated Dictionary (2003)

Facts, Figures, and People by Jeanne Bendick

adjacent sides aleph null adjacent sides. Sides of a polygon that have a common endpoint, or vertex. In rectangle ABCD, side AB is adjacent to side BC. adjoining. Touching, or having a common point, as adjoining triangles. ADJOINING TRIANGLES affine (a-FiNE) geometry. A kind of geometry in which a figure is projected by parallel rays to a plane that can be tilted. aggregate. The sum or total of a collection. Ahmes (AH-mes) or Ah- mose, about 1500 B.C. An Egyptian scribe and ...

Google previewBlackie’s Dictionary of Mathematics

by Blackie

Aleph Null The symbol 'x0 ' (aleph with a subscript of 0)refers to the cardinality of a countable infinite set. algebraic numbers Those real numbers that can occur as roots of polynomial equations having integer coefficients e.g. all rational numbers are algebraic.

Google previewDictionary of philosophical terms (1997)

by Elmar Waibl

—> aleatoric music aleph nought s Aleph null (mat) aleph zero —> aleph nought aletheia s Aletheiafi Unverborgenheit f (Heidegger) (ant) —> disclosure‚ disclosedness‚ discoveredness, unconcealment, unhiddenness < truth. the unbounded, the unlimited ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Computer Science (2016)

by Andrew Butterfield, Gerard Ekembe Ngondi, Anne Kerr

aleph null See CARDINALITY. alert box An onscreen panel that is displayed to give the user a warning or other message. algebra 1. The investigation of mathematical properties of data, such as ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Fantasy and Horror Fiction (2015)

by Don D'Ammassa

Black Easterwasfirst published inserial form as Faust Aleph Null. The twomajor characters are Theron Ware,a modernday wizard who usesblackmagic topursue knowledge, and Baines, a wealthy but boredentrepreneur who hires Ware to release a number of demons from hell forasingle night's rampage.The underlying premise to what follows isthat God is, infact, dead,adevice used again with considerable effect in Towing Jehovah (1994) and two sequels by James Morrow . The freed ...

Google previewMCGRAW-HILL DICTIONARY OF MATHEMATICS, 2/E (2002)

by McGraw-Hill Education

{ :er-e :forjkshon } aleph null The cardinal number of any set which can be put in one-to-one correspondence with the set of positive integers. Also known as aleph zero. { :a,lef :nol } aleph one The smallest cardinal number that is larger than aleph zero. { :aLef 'Won } aleph zero See aleph null. { :a1,ef 'zir-o } Alexander's subbase theorem The theorem that a topological space is compact if and only if its topology has a subbase with the property that any set that is contained in the union of ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia of Mathematics (2013)

A-Integral — Coordinates by M. Hazewinkel

The corresponding cardinality is denoted by 80 (aleph null). The cardinality of sets equivalent to the set of real numbers is called the cardinality of the continuum and is denoted by c or 2*. For example, the set of all algebraic numbers has countable cardinality, and the set of all closed subsets of n-dimensional Euclidean space has the cardinality of the continuum. The Cantor-Bernshtein theorem: If for two sets, ...

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