# or Arithmetick surveighed and reviewed in four books etc Edited by Samuel Jeake the Younger

**Roots** are 7. **Roots** are as **infinite** as Figures ; for any Number may be a **Root** ,

and the **Root** is **infinite** , and are always denominate according to his Number :

For the **Root** of a Square shall be called a differenced by Square **Root** ; the **Root**

of a ...

**Author**: Samuel JEAKE (the Younger.)

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# Office Hours with a Geometric Group Theorist

*Since ends of the rooted binary tree can be described as infinite strings of 0's and *

1's via a natural addressing scheme where 0 indicates left and 1 indicates right,

there is a natural bijection sending 0 to 0 and 2 to 1 in these two descriptions of ...

**Author**: Matt Clay

**Publisher:** Princeton University Press

**ISBN:** 0691158665

**Page:** 456

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# Theory of Program Structures

*It only says that there is an infinite path , but gives no formula or algorithm for
constructing the path . ... The argument starts by saying that since T is infinite and
no has some finite set of sons , ( mo1 the subtree rooted at least moj is infinite ; let
...*

**Author**: Sheila Greibach

**Publisher:** Springer Verlag

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**Page:** 389

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# Failure Conditions in Infinite Slopes and the Resulting Soil Pressures

*At that stage of growth , the roots have not reached the bottom of the container ,
so root growth is not interrupted during outplanting . + 1 1 1 Container planting
was tested in central Idaho as a means of increasing survival on dry sites ( Curtis
...*

**Author**: William S. Hartsog

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**Page:** 32

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# Excluding Infinite Clique Minors

*A rooted path in G is a path (finite or a ray) with a designated end, called its root. *

If it is finite, its other end is its tip. A comb is a set of mutually vertex-disjoint rooted

paths. If B is a haven in G of order k, a finite subset X c V(G) is B-free if |X| < k ...

**Author**: Neil Robertson

**Publisher:** American Mathematical Soc.

**ISBN:** 0821804022

**Page:** 103

**View:** 594

# Automata Logics and Infinite Games

*Claim 1 holds for the root node: As α ∈ L(B), there exists an accepting run ρ in
the nondeterministic Büchi automaton B. ... An infinite rooted tree which is finitely
branching (i.e., where each node has only finitely many sons) has an infinite path
.*

**Author**: Erich Grädel

**Publisher:** Springer

**ISBN:** 3540363874

**Page:** 392

**View:** 129

# ACM Transactions on Programming Languages and Systems

*The set of triggering edges in the optimization dependency dag form a tree , the
optimization dependency tree , rooted at the ... An infinite optimization
dependency tree must either have a branch of infinite length originating from the
root or an ...*

**Author**: Association for Computing Machinery

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# Dynamical Systems Automata and Infinite Groups

# Scottish Philosophical Theology 1700 2000

# Finite and Infinite Sets

# Journal of Physics

# Mathematics for Computer Science

*two trees in such a way that their respective roots are v and v ' , and we orient
edge e from v to v ' . We thus have a rooted tree ... 24 ( König ' s lemma ) Let G be
an infinite rooted tree all of whose vertices have a finite outdegree . Then G has
an ...*

**Author**: André Arnold

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**Page:** 401

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# Groups Acting on Trees and Algebraic K theory

*Definition 1.3 A rooted automorphism of the tree is an automorphism whose
defining coloring assigns the identity ... of automorphisms of an infinite regular
rooted tree , generated by one rooted and one or several directed
automorphisms of ...*

**Author**: Taras Vovkivsky

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**Page:** 113

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# The Infinite

*For Sartre this was rooted in the fact that exercise of my freedom involved
drawing these limits in , closing off certain possibilities . This is the second
important connection with Wittgenstein . He too held that if I exercised my
freedom in a certain ...*

**Author**: A. W. Moore

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**Page:** 268

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# Machine Learning Methods for Planning

*If , however , the search reaches a point where the root node has infinite cost , *

then every alternative AND - tree has a node with infinite cost , and the values

have percolated to the top of the tree . An impasse results , 4 . On the

Representation ...

**Author**: Steven Minton

**Publisher:** Morgan Kaufmann Pub

**ISBN:**

**Page:** 540

**View:** 520

# The Behaviour and Simplicity of Finite Moore Automata

*We speak of a rooted tree if a vertex r ( called root ) is distinguished in it ( it may *

happen that r is the new vertex added to a graph when ... The semigroup F ( X ) of

all input words is illustrated by an infinite rooted tree at some points of the book .

**Author**: András Ádám

**Publisher:** Akademiai Kiado

**ISBN:**

**Page:** 188

**View:** 411

# Ars Combinatoria

# London Mathematical Society lecture note series

*In figure 3 vertices th th at the 2k level have degree 3 and vertices at the ( 2k + 1 )
level have infinite degree , k = 1 . ... unstable if AT ( e ) # 0 for all edges e not
incident with p ( T ) , where again I - e is regarded as a rooted tree with root p ( T )
.*

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