generalised primes
Jon Awbrey
jawbrey at att.net
Fri Dec 19 02:34:47 CET 2003
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my own interest in this subject had to do with the question:
| how much of the ordering of the integers is
| determined on "purely combinatorial" grounds?
i remember that this i what led me to looking at various sorts
of combinatorical structures that one can derive from integers,
e.g., "riffs" and "rotes", by a kind of reverse goedelization.
it also linked up with jackson's way of doing enumeration ...
connected graphs as prime graphs, only here we have that
almost all graphs are prime -- is that right? fade out ...
jon awbrey
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http://www.cs.bsu.edu/homepages/mighty/history.html
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