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1. Dedekind Cuts - Pedagogical
dedekind cuts. Pedagogical Reasoning. At the definitions. Here I willemphasize the reasoning behind how I present dedekind cuts. One
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2. Dedekind's Cuts
Dedekind's cuts. post a message on this topic post a message on a new topic 29 Sep1998 Dedekind's cuts, by Alan Hill 3 Oct 1998 dedekind cuts, by todd trimble

3. Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math
dedekind cuts. I hope that I've helped you understand a little about Dedekindcuts. Doctor Jerry, The Math Forum Check out our web site!
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4. Dedekind Cut -- From MathWorld
member. Real numbers can be defined using either dedekind cuts or Cauchysequences. CantorDedekind Axiom, Cauchy Sequence. References.
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/DedekindCut.html

5. Real Numbers And Order Completeness
We will look briefly at one of them, the one identifying real numbers with Dedekindcuts Proposition 129 The sum of dedekind cuts is again a Dedekind cut.
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6. Dedekind
Richard Dedekind's major contribution was a redefinition of irrationalnumbers in terms of dedekind cuts. He introduced the notion
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7. CST LECTURES: Lecture 3
See Lecture 2. Lecture 3, first part More on the constructive theoryof dedekind cuts, based on Rudin(1964). 1. (1.15) continued.

8. CST LECTURES: Lecture 2
The constructive approach to dedekind cuts. We follow chapter 1 of Rudin(1964).Rudin(1964) Principles of Mathematical Analysis, McGrawHill, 2nd edition.

9. Www.amsta.leeds.ac.uk/events/logic97/abstracts/tressl.txt
hoffset=40pt \voffset=-20pt \textwidth 15.3cm \textheight 22cm % to fit our printers\begin{document} \begin{center}{\huge On dedekind cuts in Polynomially
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10. On Gödel's Philosophy Of Mathematics, Chapter I
are blocked.7 If one however wishes to derive totally his mathematics from hislogic, it is found that the process of dedekind cuts, the fundamental method
http://www.friesian.com/goedel/chap-1.htm

11. Some Number Theory
Now we define objects (called dedekind cuts) that consist of two sets of integers(L,U). Here every element of the set of positive rationals is either element
http://www.cwi.nl/~dik/english/mathematics/numa.html

12. Poster Of Dedekind
Richard Dedekind. lived from 1831 to 1916. Dedekind's major contributionwas a redefinition of irrational numbers in terms of dedekind cuts.
http://www-gap.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/~history/Posters2/Dedekind.html

13. Quotations By Dedekind
foundation for arithmetic. Opening of the paper in which dedekind cutswere introduced. Numbers are the free creation of the human mind.
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14. Is 0.999... = 1?
dedekind cuts. Let cut D denote the set of all dedekind cuts in D. Define thesum of two cuts in the usual way. u + v = {x + y x is in u and y is in v}.
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15. Dedekind
One remarkable piece of work was his redefinition of irrational numbers in termsof dedekind cuts which first came to him as he was thinking about how to teach
http://www.wactc.wo.k12.ri.us/csstudents02/heathers/math/dedekind.html

16. Logikseminarier Våren 2002 Och Hösten 2003
the dedekind cuts in dense unbounded linear orders. 18 september. Jonas EliassonSheaves and Ultrasheaves. For arbitrary dense orders these are dedekind cuts.
http://www.matematik.su.se/matematik/forskning/logik/Logiksemvt02.html

17. Practical Foundations Of Mathematics
Show how to add dedekind cuts and multiply them by rationals, justifyingthe case analysis of the latter into positive, zero and negative.
http://www.dcs.qmul.ac.uk/~pt/Practical_Foundations/html/s2e.html

18. Practical Foundations Of Mathematics
In Ded72 he used these dedekind cuts of the set of rational numbers to definereal numbers, and went on to develop their arithmetic and analysis.
http://www.dcs.qmul.ac.uk/~pt/Practical_Foundations/html/s21.html

19. Richard Dedekind
1872, published paper on dedekind cuts to define real numbers. 1874, metCantor. 1879, published paper on purely arithmetic definition of continuity.
http://dbeveridge.web.wesleyan.edu/wescourses/2001f/chem160/01/Who's Who/richard

20. Citation
Processing Letters archive Volume 19 , Issue 4 (November 1984) toc ProbabilisticTuring machines and recursively enumerable dedekind cuts Authors M Chrobak
http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=2353&coll=portal&dl=GUIDE&CFID=11111111&CF

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