




NonWellFounded Sets
CSLI, 1988 Paper: 9780937073223  eISBN: 9781575867564  Cloth: 9780937073216 Library of Congress Classification QA248.A28 1988 Dewey Decimal Classification 511.322
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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Nonwellfounded structures arise in a variety of ways in the semantics of both natural and formal languages. Two examples are nonwellfounded situations and nonterminating computational processes. A natural modelling of such structures in set theory requires the use of nonwellfounded sets. This text presents the mathematical background to the antifoundation axiom and related axioms that imply the existence of nonwellfounded sets when used in place of the axiom of foundation in axiomatic set theory. See other books on: Aczel, Peter  Axiomatic set theory  Mathematics  Set Theory See other titles from CSLI 
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