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Is there a nontrivial maximally recursive function?
I accept the comments about the lack of specification in the question. I will need to come back with a clearer question rather than sticking more patches on it in an attempt to clarify it. I'll leave it up for a while in case there are further helpful comments or answers. |
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Is there a nontrivial maximally recursive function?
@S.Carnahan: Good comment. I have tried to make the idea precise in the edit. |
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Is there a nontrivial maximally recursive function?
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Feb 4 |
asked | Is there a nontrivial maximally recursive function? |
Jan 28 |
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Jan 12 |
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This inequality why can't solve it by now (Only four variables inequality)?
@AdamP.Goucher: The polynomial you refer to is of the twentieth degree, and some of its integer coefficients are in the hundreds. Delzell's algorithm might be rather laborious in this case, unless we entrust the job to a computer. |
Nov 24 |
awarded | Deputy |
Sep 23 |
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Generalized Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev Inequality
Do you have a typo in the first line of your $\sharp$ statement? |
Aug 10 |
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Szemeredi's theorem in the Gaussian integers
Do you mean $S\subset\mathbb{Z}[i]$? |
Aug 7 |
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Do runs of every length occur in this sequence?
Suggestion for slightly simpler notation: kick off with 001. Then we get 001, 00101, 00101101, etc. |
Jul 2 |
awarded | Curious |
Jun 5 |
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A characterization of Mathias reals
Do you mean "... $s\setminus t\subseteq B$" (not "$...\in B$")? |
May 21 |
answered | Should a theorem be numbered by where it is first stated or where it is proven? |
Apr 23 |
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Is anything known about which numbers appear in the continued fraction expansion of $\pi$?
Should "chosen uniformly at random from the reals" be "chosen uniformly at random from a real interval"? (There is no uniform distribution on the reals.) |
Apr 12 |
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Fermat surface known to have very few rational integer solutions
What do you mean by "rational integer solutions"? Any integer solution is necessarily rational; and any rational solution can immediately be converted to an integer solution. |
Apr 9 |
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What is the least integer of additive dimension 4?
stylistic corrections in Mathematical lettering |
Apr 8 |
asked | What is the least integer of additive dimension 4? |
Jan 30 |
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Is there a dense rational sequence of positive separation?
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