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Title : The Mathematics of Quantification, and the New
Paradigm,which Re-Defines Binary Mathematics
Author(s) : E. Terrell
Filename : draft-terrell-math-quant-new-para-redefi-
Pages : 27
Date : 10-Jun-02
This paper provides the Mathematics for the New Paradigm Defining
the Binary System. Furthermore, while the Mathematical foundation
and Logical justification, which established the New Structure for
the BINARY SYSTEM, were derived from The Mathematics of
Quantification. The Mathematics itself, which is used in the New
Binary System however, while providing the viable justification and
the logical reasons that supports the change for the New Binary Model,
is not quite so new. In fact, it can be said that the Mathematics of
Quantification sustains a Cascading Effect, Producing a Profound Change
in the Mathematics for the Entire Mathematical Field. But, the Mathematics
for the New Binary System has a Historical Foundation, which dates to the
beginnings of Mathematics itself.
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