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Countable Sets

Definition: A set is countable if it has an enumeration, i.e., a bijective mapping from N:

S is countable : <=> exists f: f: N ->bijective S.

A criterium to distinguish "degrees of infinity".

Author: Wolfgang Schreiner
Last Modification: December 7, 1999

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