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1. ACM Guide Reviewer Index
2, Probabilistic Turing machines and recursively enumerable dedekind cuts M Chrobak, B S. Chlebus Information Processing Letters November 1984 Volume 19 Issue
http://portal.acm.org/reviewers.cfm?part=author&row=W&idx=1&idx2=20&query=P26782

2. What Are The 'real Numbers,' Really?
In particular, the decimal expansions, the dedekind cuts, and the equivalence classesof Cauchy sequences, though they appear to be entirely different, all
http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Sciences/Mathematics/calculus/realnumbers/co

3. What Are The 'real Numbers,' Really?
Wouldn't it be easier to simply define the real numbers to be the dedekind cuts,or define the real numbers to be the decimal expansions, or something like that
http://www.cartage.org.lb/en/themes/Sciences/Mathematics/calculus/realnumbers/fi

4. Program Files\Netscape\Communicator\Program\dedexxx
One remarkable piece of work was his redefinition of irrational numbers in termsof dedekind cuts which, as we mentioned above, first came to him as early as
http://www.andrews.edu/~calkins/math/biograph/biodedek.htm

5. Weierstrass, Dedekind And Cantor
(d) dedekind cuts. Dedekind went on to call such cuts irrational numbers,and the set of all cuts he called the real numbers.. (e) Completeness.
http://www.maths.uwa.edu.au/~schultz/3M3/L28Weierstr,Dede,Cantor.html

6. Surreal Numbers
dedekind cuts are fairly concrete, or at least understandable without too much difficulty.So where can we find these dreamlike, fantastical, surreal numbers?
http://www.usna.edu/MathDept/wdj/surreal1.htm

7. Real Numbers
The Dedekind Cut. dedekind cuts define all real numbers. ie both rational andirrational numbers. Definition in terms of positive and negative rationals.
http://room.anu.edu.au/DoM/firstyear/poetry/RealNumbers.html

8. Archimedes Plutonium
dedekind cuts on the rationals produce all the reals, including the rationals and integers. Unioning them is not necessary. Examples.
http://www.newphys.se/elektromagnum/physics/LudwigPlutonium/File009.html

9. Archimedes Plutonium Autobiography
Axiom of Choice Reals can be arranged (ordered) so that every subset underthis same ordering has a first element is equivalent to dedekind cuts I am
http://www.archimedesplutonium.com/File1995_07.html

10. Tatra Mountains
In this paper, we present a Boolean, pointfree characterization of fuzzy observables,using Boolean-valued dedekind cuts and the theory of Boolean powers.
http://tatra.mat.savba.sk/paper.php?id_paper=59

11. Introduction: A Brief History Of Axiomatic Set Theory
convergent sequences of rationals. Shortly after Dedekind published hisfamous characterization of the real numbers as dedekind cuts .
http://www.jboden.demon.co.uk/SetTheory/history.html

12. Abstract 18/12/98 K. Grue
Retour à la page du séminaire 18/12/98 Klaus Grue dedekind cuts as ameans for constructing kappaScott domains. abstract In Berline Grue
http://www.logique.jussieu.fr/semlam/98_99/981218grue.html

13. Mathematics List Part 3
Complete text. ( Said to be the original paper where Dedekind defined irrationalnumbers in terms of dedekind cuts. ) MATH13261 \$150.00. Dedekind, Richard.
http://www.significantbooks.com/mthl3.htm

14. Re: Symbolic Math_Quantum Mechanics_Continued
Dedekind published his definition of the real numbers by dedekind cuts also in1872 and in this paper Dedekind refers to Cantor's 1872 paper which Cantor had
http://www.mdlug.org/archives/mdlug-pro/msg00036.html

15. Study Group
illusion, fourth dimensional space, the laws of probability and other advanced conceptsin mathematics (eg space/time continuums, dedekind cuts, Poincaré cuts
http://www.artscienceresearchlab.org/events/lectures.htm

16. Browse
Probabilistic Turing machines and recursively enumerable dedekind cuts, Article,01/01/87. Information transfer under different sets of protocols, Article, 06/01/86.
http://www.reviews.com/Browse/Browse_reviewer2.cfm?reviewer_id=107831

17. Categories: Re: Real Interval Halving
irrationals along with infinity (thinking of the real line projectively) are thenobtained as the empty rays, all of which make distinct dedekind cuts in the
http://north.ecc.edu/alsani/ct99-00(8-12)/msg00054.html

18. Forelesninger I MA 370 (Mat 301) Våren 1998
Forelesninger i MA 370 (Mat 301) våren 1998. Dato 24.02.98, Tema Dedekindog Cantor. § 16.2.1, F, dedekind cuts. Ø, Katz side 686 23, 24, 26.
http://home.hia.no/~aasvaldl/kurs/ma370_3.html

19. Dedekind's Real Numbers
set of rational numbers''; Maddy1992, p. 81 ``by identifying real numbers withcertain sets (called `dedekindcuts'), dedekind '' misinterpretation.
http://www.phil.cmu.edu/dschlimm/texts/reals.html

20. Dedekind, Richard
study of CONTINUITY and definition of the real numbers in terms of dedekind "cuts", the Category Science Math History People 12, 1916, was a German mathematician known for his study of CONTINUITY and definitionof the real numbers in terms of dedekind cuts ; his analysis of the
http://euler.ciens.ucv.ve/English/mathematics/dedekind.html

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