One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A set of axioms from which the properties of the natural numbers may be deduced.
- ‘It isn't clear why most of this discussion, along with a discussion of Peano's axioms and the writings of Leibniz even belongs in this book.’
- ‘So when the community accepts the postulate systems for arithmetic, including the Peano axioms, they commit themselves to the existence of numbers.’
- ‘Bertrand Russell said Peano's axioms constitute an implicit definition of natural numbers.’
- ‘In 1889 Peano published his famous axioms, called Peano axioms, which defined the natural numbers in terms of sets.’
- ‘Why not just implement Peano's axioms in software and patent that?’
Early 20th century: named after Giuseppe Peano (1858–1932), Italian mathematician.
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