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Dedekind

(Julius Wilhelm) Richard . 1831--1916, German mathematician, who devised a way (the Dedekind cut) of according irrational and rational numbers the same status
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In this paper we are interested in the Stieltjes coefficients [[gamma].sub.n](K) for the Dedekind zeta function.
By Lemma 10, we may apply Theorem 9 to the Jordan and Dedekind functions of order r > 0 without issue, since [[mu].sub.k](n) is logarithmic in n; the summatory functions for the divisor sum functions carry no special restriction on r aside from it being a positive integer:
A Riesz space E is called Dedekind [sigma]-complete if every nonempty finite or countable subset which is order bounded from above has a supremum and every nonempty finite or countable subset which is order bounded from below has an infimum.
Maraldo, "Self-Mirroring and Self-Awareness: Dedekind, Royce, and Nishida," in Frontiers of Japanese Philosophy: 1, ed.
Para esto, mostrara las posturas enfrentadas de autores como Kronecker y Dedekind, o en la actualidad, Connes y Gowers.
It has attracted many of the most outstanding mathematicians in history including Euclid, Diophantus, Fermat, Legendre, Euler, Gauss, Dedekind, Jacobi, Eisenstein, Sieve of Eratosthenes and Hilbert all made immense contribution to its development.
7 DEDEKIND CUT, AMERICAN ZEN (DED003) (Ninja Tune) Dedekind Cut (formerly Lee Bannon and a collaborator of Joey Bada$$) explores the terrain of subtle ambience--a genre that is generally not considered "Black Music" by any stretch of the term.
This was a long-standing conjecture, and Cantor had outlined a proof of it in a letter to Dedekind, then still unpublished.
In public relations scholarship, research on social media communicative interactions has thus far been limited to exploring the levels of awareness, knowledge, and expectations of specific publics about different issues through the use of software tracking, mapping of online contents, and measurement of online sentiment (Inversini, Marchiori, Dedekind, & Cantoni, 2010).