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Definition of the noun Uncountability
What does Uncountability mean as a name of something?
- The quality of being uncountable.
- antonym: countability
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Fractal Worlds (2016)
Grown, Built, and Imagined by Michael Frame, Amelia Urry
Uncountability is a bit trickier. First, we must recognize that infinities come in different sizes. Smallest (we agree, “smallest” is a peculiar descriptor for something infinite) is the infinity of the counting numbers, the positive integers. A larger infinity is the measuring numbers, the real numbers. Despite the fact that when forming the Cantor set, all the length of the interval [0,1] has been removed, the points that remain to make up the Cantor set are the same size infinity as that of the points ...
Antonymy, Synonymy and other Paradigms by M. Lynne Murphy
Uncountability Many approaches to semantic relations have involved devising taxonomies of these relations. As an example, Lyons (1977) and Cruse ( 1986) provide taxonomies of opposition that divide equivalent sets of antonymic pairs into different numbers of types and subtypes. Lyons has four basic types ( complementary, contrary, directional, and converse) and divides the directional type further into orthogonal and antipodal subtypes. Cruse, on the other hand, divides the ...
Encyclopaedia of Mathematics (2013)
Volume 6: Subject Index — Author Index by Michiel Hazewinkel
constructive real number see: duplex - constructive real numbers see: completeness of the set of -; completeness theorem for the set of -; constructive uncountability of the set ...
In mathematics, Georg Cantor's argument about the uncountability of the set of real numbers is an often-quoted example of a brilliant and atypical counting technique. The Free Market Principle Scientists in an academic setting ...
by K.P. Hart, Jun-iti Nagata, J.E. Vaughan
However uncountability naturally appears in such a situation. An easy way to describe this phenomenon is to consider sequential fans. The sequential fan S(k) with k spines is defined by the space obtained from the topological sum T(k) of k many copies of the convergent sequence by identifying all the limit points to a point denoted by Co. Let f: T(k) = S(k) be the quotient map. If k = a), then f is a closed map from a secondcountable (hence, a separable metrizable) space T(a)) onto a ...
by Claude Sammut, Geoffrey I. Webb
this avoids the uncountability of the. Connections Between Inductive Inference and Machine ...
Supplementary Volume: Recent Developments with Focus on Electronic and Computational Lexicography by Rufus Gouws
items giving the paraphrase of the meaning, items giving the part of speech; items giving the collocation, items giving the affix, items giving the citation text, items giving the pronunciation, items for countability, items for uncountability, ...
Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
– derivatives uncountability noun, uncountably adverb. uncountable noun ( also uncount noun) 7noun another term for MASS NOUN. uncounted 7adjective not counted. 2very numerV- ous: uncounted millions of dollars. uncouple 7verb [ with obj.] ...
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Video shows what uncountability means. The quality of being uncountable.. Uncountability Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
Scrabble value of U1N1C3O1U1N1T1A1B3I1L1I1T1Y4
The value of this 14-letter word is 21 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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