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Set theory
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Set theory
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**Set theory**represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in**University of Missouri-St. Louis Libraries**.- Label
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- A course on set theory
- A mousy mess
- Affine sets and affine groups
- Aggregation in economic analysis : an introductory survey
- Algebraic set theory
- Badiou's Being and event : a reader's guide
- Badiou's Being and event and the mathematics of set theory
- Beyond Sets : a Venture in Collection-Theoretic Revisionism
- Building sets of ten
- Busy beavers : counting by 5s
- Canonical Ramsey theory on Polish spaces
- Clasificar juguetes : Sorting toys
- Computability in context : computation and logic in the real world
- Computational prospects of infinity, Part II, Presented talks
- Computational prospects of infinity, Pt. 1, Tutorials
- Dave's down-to-earth rock shop
- Descriptive set theory and dynamical systems
- Elementary Set Theory, Part I
- Elementary set theory, parts I and II
- Forcing for mathematicians
- Grandma's button box
- Infinity and truth
- Lectures in logic and set theory, Vol. 1, Mathematical logic
- Lectures in logic and set theory, Volume 2, Set theory
- Let's sort by color
- Logic, Computation, Hierarchies
- Mathematical tools for data mining : set theory, partial orders, combinatorics
- Monarch migration : counting by 10s
- N-gons
- Naming infinity : a true story of religious mysticism and mathematical creativity
- Play with sorting!
- Real analysis through modern infinitesimals
- Set Theory, Arithmetic, and Foundations of Mathematics : Theorems, Philosophies
- Set theory
- Set theory for the working mathematician
- Set-theoretic methods for the social sciences : a guide to qualitative comparative analysis
- Sets and ordered structures
- Sets and proofs : invited papers from Logic Colloquium '97, European Meeting of the Association for Symbolic Logic, Leeds, July 1997
- Sets for mathematics
- Sets, functions, measures, Volume I, Fundamentals of set and number theory
- Sets, functions, measures, Volume II, Fundamentals of functions and measure theory
- Sort it out!
- Sorting
- Sorting
- Sorting through spring
- Stability of stationary sets in control systems with discontinuous nonlinearities
- Surveys in set theory
- The Cabal Seminar, Volume I, Games, scales, and suslin cardinals
- The Covering property Axiom, CPA : a combinatorial core of the iterated perfect set model
- The Crayola sorting book
- The descriptive set theory of Polish group actions
- The foundations of mathematics in the theory of sets
- The search for mathematical roots, 1870-1940 : logics, set theories and the foundations of mathematics from Cantor through Russell to Gödel
- There is order on the border!
- Use your eye, let's classify!
- Viability, invariance and applications
- Wadge Degrees and Projective Ordinals : the Cabal Seminar Volume II
- What comes in sets?
- What in the world? : numbers in nature

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