denumerable


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Synonyms for denumerable

that can be counted

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That is [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] for any denumerable subset [K.
109], that "Cantor's set theory is so copious as to admit absolutely non-denumerable sets while axiomatic set theory [in particular, ZFC] is so limited [Skolem's paradox] that every non-denumerable set becomes denumerable in a higher system or in an absolute sense".
Let G acting on a denumerable set E and R be a relational structure such that AutR = [bar.
While statements in general--and therefore true statements in particular--can be enumerated, so that truths are denumerable in number, there is no reason to suppose that the same will be true of facts.
Denumerable Markov chains; generating functions, boundary theory, random walks on trees.