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enumerable

[ē′nüm·rə·bəl]
(mathematics)
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Solovay, "Recursively enumerable sets modulo iterated jumps and extensions of Arslanov's completeness criterion," The Journal of Symbolic Logic, vol.
Construccion de los sujetos DTP 195 43 Paradestinatario Enumerable Programatico "Reitero solemnemente mi compromiso: no descansare un solo dia del sexenio en la tarea de promover el mejoramiento de los campesinos y del medio rural".
The story of journalism in 2012 is still often told as the story of the breakdown of the old world, the end of the period when "the news" was whatever an enumerable collection of institutionally stable actors chose to publish.
They are enumerable but naming a few of them as a sample of them seems timely.
Shri Satyarthi in his address said that the recognition accorded to him is an honour for all those enumerable faceless and identity-less children who were forgotten till date.
In treating the future as an enumerable set of different
PA+] que codifica de un modo natural en la aritmetica el conjunto recursivamente enumerable de argumentos logicamente validos (incluyendo el caso limite de verdades logicas).
Wicked problems do not have an enumerable (or an exhaustively describable) set of potential solutions, nor is there a well described set of permissible operations that may be incorporated into the plan.
It's possible, even probable, that a larger answer with more 999s--perhaps even the full 66 9's of the largest enumerable Web3 number (1000 vigintillion-1)--would give an even R/A, but the horrendous task of long division on paper deterred our trying.
No single process protocol or cell block type consistently resulted in slides with enumerable signals or was found to be significantly superior to the other methods.
Becoming a international arbitration venue brings enumerable benefits to the local economy.
The next level, level 1, features languages that are recursively enumerable.