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  • TARSKI (A.) — Né à Varsovie, Alfred Tarski, qui fut, avant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, un des maîtres de l’école polonaise de logique, devait s’imposer comme un des plus grands logiciens contemporains, par ses travaux sur la métamathématique et sur la… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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  • Tarski — Alfred Tarski Alfred Tarski Alfred Tarski, né le 14 janvier 1902 à Varsovie et mort le 26 octobre 1983 à Berkeley en Californie était un logicien et un philosophe …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Tarski — Alfred Tarski in Berkeley Alfred Tarski bzw. ursprünglich Alfred Teitelbaum (* 14. Januar 1901 (nach anderen Quellen: 1902) in Warschau; † 26. Oktober 1983 in Berkeley, USA) war ein polnisch US amerikanischer …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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  • Tarski's axioms — Tarski s axioms, due to Alfred Tarski, are an axiom set for the substantial fragment of Euclidean geometry, called elementary, that is formulable in first order logic with identity, and requiring no set theory. Other modern axiomizations of… …   Wikipedia

  • Tarski's undefinability theorem — Tarski s undefinability theorem, stated and proved by Alfred Tarski in 1936, is an important limitative result in mathematical logic, the foundations of mathematics, and in formal semantics. Informally, the theorem states that arithmetical truth… …   Wikipedia

  • Tarski–Grothendieck set theory — (TG) is an axiomatic set theory derived by marrying Tarski s axiom (see below) to ZF. TG is part of the Mizar system for formal computer verification of mathematical proofs.AxiomsWhile the axioms and definitions defining Mizar s basic objects and …   Wikipedia

  • Tarski's circle-squaring problem — is the challenge, posed by Alfred Tarski in 1925, to take a disc in the plane, cut it into finitely many pieces, and reassemble the pieces so as to get a square of equal area. This was proven to be possible by Miklós Laczkovich in 1990; the… …   Wikipedia

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