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William Elliot

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Re: Prime Interger Topology
Posted: Oct 20, 2013 10:58 PM
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On Sun, 20 Oct 2013, fom wrote:
> On 10/20/2013 9:17 PM, William Elliot wrote:
> >
> > The prime integer topology for N is the topology generated
> > by the subbase Bs = { (n + pN) /\ N | n in Z, p prime }
> >
> > What if the prime integer topology were applied to Z?

>
> The axiom for difference relations is given by,
>
> AwAxAyAz( -(w,x,y,z) <-> ( ( +(w,x,z,y) /\ -(w,y,x,z) ) /\ ( ~( -(w,y,z,x) )
> /\ ( ~( -(w,x,z,y) ) /\ ( ~( -(w,z,x,y) ) /\ ~( -(w,z,y,x) ) ) ) ) ) )
>
> The first conjunct in the expression,
> +(w,x,z,y) /\ -(w,y,x,z)
>
> asserts that there must exist an additive relation
> by which z is the sum of x and y. The second conjunct
> asserts that in relation to such a sum, the addends of
> the sum are commutative with respect to difference relations.


Why relations? Aren't functiosn used to manage the undue complexity of
relations?

> This expresses,
>
> 8 - 3 = 5
> 8 - 5 = 3
>
> in relation to
>
> 3 + 5 = 8
>
> The expression
>
> ( ~( -(w,y,z,x) ) /\ ( ~( -(w,x,z,y) ) /\ ( ~( -(w,z,x,y) ) /\ ~( -(w,z,y,x) )
> ) ) )
>
> shows the relationship of the difference relations to
> order on the domain. Since difference relations are understood
> with respect to sums, the sum of two terms may not occur in
> specific indices of the relation.
>
> That is, the fourth term in a difference relation is always greater
> than the second and third terms.


What a difficult way to define <=.


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10/9/13
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William Elliot
10/10/13
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Victor Porton
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