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An early system on MIT's Whirlwind.

[CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].


In domain theory, a complete partial order is algebraic if every element is the least upper bound of some chain of compact elements. If the set of compact elements is countable it is called omega-algebraic.

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answers to no real thing, but merely serves as an algebraical symbol for comparing the values of products with one another" [Bellamy, 1887, p.
Of the 6,000 or more usable characters which are beyond the ken of dialect, I myself know most, and I know their algebraical value: i.
Yet, the algebraical expressions looked more intimidating.
For some types of problems, this person may have to do considerable algebraical work, and may need to know a lot of things about even more advanced mathematics.
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We therefore aim to describe the medium pervading space, by means of the algebraical sum of two energy-momentum tensors
Accordingly, when some combinations of an unknown and numbers represent a simple algebraical problem, for example, of a sum or a difference, the relative position of the unknown in the equation determines the difficulty of the problem.
As in the other chapters, Kurdas employs simple algebraical expressions and diagrams to crystallize complicated theorems.
Besides these three main considerations, the theory of gravitational waves is directly linked to the algebraical classification of spaces given by Petrov [37] (Petrov classification), according to which three kinds for spaces (gravitational fields) exist.