Brian Crissey

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—A century-long controversy is over: The reals are denumerable. The failure of numbers with infinitely long precision to terminate in calculations precludes their membership in the field of reals. All other real numbers are denumerable. Leopold Kronecker was right, and Georg Cantor was wrong. The branch of mathematics heretofore known as Transfinite(More)
The introductory computer science course often plays a dual role in the resource limited environment of a small liberal arts college. It must provide a firm foundation for the computer science major while providing a service function to the rest of the college. This paper describes such a course that is being developed at Linfield College. By emphasizing(More)
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