Partially specified mathematical objects, ambient parameters, and asymptotic notation

In orthodox first-order logic, variables and expressions are only allowed to take one value at a time; a variable , for instance, is not allowed to equal and simultaneously. We will call such variables completely specified. If one really wants to deal with multiple values of objects simultaneously, one is encouraged to use the language […]

Partially specified mathematical objects, ambient parameters, and asymptotic notation

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