 About 504,000 results  books.google.com 688 Dedekind's Axiom Deficiency and Dirichlet Series in Number Theory, 2nd ed.
... Dedekind's Problem The determination of the number of monotone BOOLEAN
FUNCTIONS of n variables (equivalent to the number of ANTICHAINS on the ... 

 books.google.com 1 The number of isotone maps A very special instance of the enumeration
problem of isotone maps is the famous problem of Dedekind: What is the number
D(n) of elements of FBD(n), the'ngenemted free distributive lattice? It is the same
as ... 

 books.google.com The generation of hyperpower set D* is closely related with the famous
Dedekind's problem 3, 4 on enumerating the set of isotone Boolean functions.
The generation of the hyperpower set is presented in [32]. Since for any given
finite set Q, ... 

 books.google.com The cardinality of hyperpower set ˘ is majored by 3⁄43⁄4Ň when Card ́˘μ ˘ Ň.
The generation of hyperpower set ˘ corresponds to the famous Dedekind's
problem on enumerating the set of monotone Boolean functions (i.e., functions ... 

 books.google.com It was in working out aspects of this still incomplete theory (see section 19) that
Dedekind was led to the problem that inspired Frobenius to introduce his "higher
dimensional characters." Let G be a finite group of order h and let gt • • • gh be the
... 

 books.google.com We will not, however, pursue this question here, but rather examine how
Dedekind sets up his “purely arithmetic and perfectly rigorous foundation.”
Dedekind's problem is to define the set of real numbers (R) in terms of the set of
rational ... 

 books.google.com Dedekind's task, however, is to systemize arithmetic using more general
principles. ... The attempt to show that arithmetic is APW cannot illuminate this
feature of arithmetic, but once we give that up, we may find the problem a fruitful
one for ... 

 books.google.com The generation of hyperpower set D9 corresponds to the famous Dedekind's
problem on enumerating the set of monotone Boolean functions The choice of
letter D in our notation D9 to represent the hyperpower set of 9 is in honour of
the ... 

 books.google.com For a computational approach to the problem and a list of the known Dedekind
numbers so far (also given in Remark 4 in Chapter 11), cf. [273]. Another time
honored approach to difficult problems is to translate them into a different venue. 

 books.google.com 10.5.1.3 Dedekind's problem again We have already mentioned Sapozhenko's
request for a solution of the VIP on the Johnson graph, J (d, n) for application to
Dedekind's problem. Unfortunately, the asymptotic analysis we presented in ... 

 