The methods or syntax to express mathematical truths are, obviously, essential to the study of mathematics. Without a taxonomy that highlights the correct use of mathematical symbols, rules which dictate the validity of mathematical statements and theory about how these statements are…

read moreAbstract. A review of my book “Generalized limit (of arbitrary discontinuous function)”. A popular introduction with graphs to the following topic: I consider (a generalized) limit of an arbitrary (discontinuous) function, defined in terms of funcoids. The definition of the generalized limit…

read moreIn my book Limit of a Discontinuous Function I defined the generalized limit defined for every (even discontinuous) function. The definition of my generalized limit uses the concept of funcoids. Funcoids are a little advanced topic, what somehow hinder understanding of generalized…

read moreAGT isn’t new math that’s intended to replace existing mathematical theory, but rather a novel way to express mathematical concepts which were previously inexpressible. I indulge these ideas because I believe, as is the modus operandi for all academics, that any worthwhile,…

read moreAlgebraic general topology – what is it? First, what is a general topology? General topology is the theory of topological spaces, as well as uniform spaces, proximity spaces, and metric spaces. I made a rather big discovery – a general theory that…

read moreThis new research field generalizes new theorems as well as former analysis by collapsing several theorems of analysis into one AGT equation:

read moreI feel that when the various fields of intellectual endeavor become obsessed with upholding tradition, they stifle room for original thought. The assumption that existing knowledge is complete and only linear, logical processes are worthy of examination, eliminates discourse buries novel, equally…

read moreTraditional calculus as first considered in 17th century by Isaac Newton (and Leibniz, however some say Leibniz stole the Newton’s idea) and then 150 years later formalized (formulated correctly) by Cauchy and Weierstrass, uses limits. Initially calculus was called “infinitesimal calculus”, but…

read moreContinuing my research from general topology monograph Algebraic General Topology, the following new open problems arose: I remind that I define generalized limit of arbitrary function. This limit is defined in terms of funcoids. As I show in the Book 3, Algebra,…

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