SETS: A Basic Set Theory Package

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SETS: A Basic Set Theory Package Francis J. Wright School of Mathematical Sciences Queen Mary and Westfield College University of London Mile End Road, London E1 4NS, UK. Email: March 20, 2004 Abstract The SETS package for REDUCE3.5 and later versions provides algebraic-mode support for set operations on lists regarded as sets (or representing explicit sets) and on implicit sets represented by identi- fiers.
  • undecidable predicate
  • predicate subset
  • later versions
  • true evalb
  • infix operators
  • values of such operators
  • similarity with the evalb function
  • sets
  • package
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