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- Academia [r]: An umbrella term for scholars and their institutions.
^{[e]} - Academic journal [r]: A regularly-published, peer-reviewed publication that publishes scholarship relating to an academic discipline.
^{[e]} - Arithmetic function [r]: A function defined on the set of positive integers, usually with integer, real or complex values, studied in number theory.
^{[e]} - Average order of an arithmetic function [r]: A simple or well-known function, usually continuous and montonic, which on average takes the same or closely approximate values as a given arithmetic function.
^{[e]} - Axiom of choice [r]: Set theory assertion that if S is a set of disjoint, non-empty sets, then there exists a set containing exactly one member from each member of S.
^{[e]} - BBC [r]: British state-owned radio and TV broadcasting organization founded in 1922 under Lord John Reith.
^{[e]} - British Association for Applied Linguistics [r]: academic society for professional applied linguists, language teachers and other interested parties, based in the United Kingdom.
^{[e]} - Cambridge University Press [r]: A major international publisher of scholarly books and journals, based at Cambridge University in England and founded in 1534.
^{[e]} - Cantor's diagonal argument [r]: Proof due to Georg Cantor showing that there are uncountably many sets of natural numbers.
^{[e]} - Cartesian product [r]: The set of ordered pairs whose elements come from two given sets.
^{[e]} - Charles Keeping [r]: 20th century British illustrator and children's author
^{[e]} - Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease [r]: A group of diseases characterized by the pathological limitation of airflow in the airway that is not fully reversible.
^{[e]} - Cofactor (mathematics) [r]: A component of a matrix computation of the determinant; a signed determinant of a matrix minor.
^{[e]} - Countable set [r]: A set with as many elements as there are natural numbers, or less.
^{[e]} - Digital preservation [r]: Processes and activities that ensure long-term, error-free storage of digital information.
^{[e]} - Disjoint union [r]: A set containing a copy of each of a family of two or more sets, so that the copies do not overlap.
^{[e]} - Equivalence relation [r]: A reflexive symmetric transitive binary relation on a set.
^{[e]} - Function (mathematics) [r]: A rule which maps each object in a given set to a uniquely defined object in another set.
^{[e]} - Group action [r]: A way of describing symmetries of objects using groups.
^{[e]} - Group theory [r]: Branch of mathematics concerned with groups and the description of their properties.
^{[e]} - Infanticide [r]: Intentionally causing the death of an infant
^{[e]} - Isolated singularity [r]: A point at which function of a complex variable is not holomorphic, but which has a neighbourhood on which the function is holomorphic.
^{[e]} - Matroid [r]: Structure that captures the essence of a notion of 'independence' that generalizes linear independence in vector spaces.
^{[e]} - Mumbai [r]: The capital of the Indian state of Maharashtra, and is the most populous city in India; formerly known as Bombay.
^{[e]} - Normal order of an arithmetic function [r]: A simple or well-known function, usually continuous and montonic, which "usually" takes the same or closely approximate values as a given arithmetic function.
^{[e]} - Northern Rhodesia [r]: British protectorate in south central Africa which became Zambia on independence in 1964.
^{[e]} - Order (relation) [r]: An irreflexive antisymmetric transitive binary relation on a set.
^{[e]} - Ordered pair [r]: Two objects in which order is important.
^{[e]} - Oxford English Dictionary [r]: Primary reference work on the English language and its evolution.
^{[e]} - Paleolinguistics [r]: The term used by some linguists for the study of the distant human past by linguistic means.
^{[e]} - Partition function (number theory) [r]: The number of additive partitions of a positive integer.
^{[e]} - Power set [r]: The set of all subsets of a given set.
^{[e]} - Relation (mathematics) [r]: A property which holds between certain elements of some set or sets.
^{[e]} - Riemann zeta function [r]: Mathematical function of a complex variable important in number theory for its connection with the distribution of prime numbers.
^{[e]} - Semigroup [r]: An algebraic structure with an associative binary operation.
^{[e]} - Sephardi Jews [r]:
*Add brief definition or description* - Sober space [r]: A topological space in which every irreducible closed set has a unique generic point.
^{[e]} - Søren Kierkegaard [r]: (May 5, 1813 – November 11, 1855) was a 19th century Danish philosopher and theologian, generally recognized as the first existentialist philosopher.
^{[e]} - Totient function [r]: The number of integers less than or equal to and coprime to a given integer.
^{[e]} - Union [r]: The set of elements which are in at least one of a given family of sets.
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