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Kleene, Stephen Cole

 

Born Jan. 5, 1909, in Hartford, Conn. American logician and mathematician.

Kleene received his Ph.D degree from Princeton University in 1934. In 1948 he became a professor at the University of Wisconsin (Madison). His principal works are devoted to the theory of algorithms and recursive functions and to problems of intuitionistic logic and mathematics. In particular he proved the equivalence of the concept of γ-definability of a function, which was introduced by A. Church, and general recursiveness. The concept introduced by Kleene of the (recursive) realizability of formulas lies at the basis of the intuitionistic interpretation of number-theoretic propositions. Kleene is the author of a series of widely known monographs on mathematical logic, the foundations of mathematics, and the theory of recursive functions.

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In Russian translation:
Vvedenie v metamatematiku. Moscow, 1957.
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Par la suite, ce calcul computationnel sera aussi demontre equivalent a de nombreuses autres formes de calculs, par exemple: le calcul recursif de Kleene (1936), les regles de production de Post (1936), la logique combinatoire de Curry et Feys, (1958), les algorithmes de Markov (1960), les grammaires a etats finis (Chomsky, 1957), les automates de von Neumann (1963) et bien d'autres.
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Los ordinales constructivos y el ordinal [[omega].sub.1.sup.CK] fueron definidos por Church y Kleene (Church, Kleene 1937; Church 1938; Kleene 1938; vease tambien Rogers 1992 [seccion]11.8).
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(20) Kleene, Stephen Cole, Introduction to Meta-Mathematics, Amsterdam, North-Holland Publishing Company, 1952.
Jobin (1955) reported breeding colonies of Black Swift on cliffs near the north arm of Quesnel Lake, and 10 km northwest of Kleena Kleene. During wildlife inventories in Kootenay National Park, Black Swifts were observed flying near Helmut Falls, Sinclair Canyon, and Marble Canyon; nesting was suspected at the latter site (Poll and others 1984).