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Re^2: OO concepts and relational databases

by tilly (Archbishop)
on Aug 02, 2004 at 23:06 UTC ( #379466=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


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Off-topic response to your side-note.

I have read Naive Set Theory, and may even have a copy somewhere. It is a good introduction to set theory for an advanced math major or a graduate student in math. It is only naive when compared to the treatment that a logician would give - it is basically "what mathematicians need to know about set theory in a nutshell". If you have a burning desire to understand how you get from the Axiom of Choice to Zorn's lemma to the Well-Ordering Principle and then back to the Axiom of Choice (thereby proving that all 3 are equivalent claims), this is your book. Otherwise I wouldn't recommend it.

If you're just interested in getting a sense of what higher mathematics is like, I would highly recommend something like The Mathematical Experience instead.

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