By Dirk van Dalen

Does your place of birth have any mathematical vacationer sights corresponding to statues, plaques, graves, the cafd the place the recognized conjecture was once made, the table the place the recognized initials are scratched, birthplaces, homes, or memorials? have you ever encountered a mathematical sight in your travels? if that is so, we invite you to undergo this column an image, an outline of its mathematical importance, and both a map or instructions in order that others could persist with on your tracks.

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Demo(E, Bn αn )} ⊆ TVh ∧ DC |= C1 , . . , Ck ∧ DC |= s1 ≤ t1 , t2 ≤ s2 , t1 ≤ t2 =⇒{inductive hypothesis} ∃β1 , . . , βn : clause(E, A th [s1 , s2 ], (C1 , . . , Ck , B1 α1 , . . , Bn αn )) ∈ TVh ∧ β1 , . . , αn βn ∧ {(B1 , β1 ), . . , (Bn , βn )} ⊆ Tω E ∧ DC |= α1 DC |= C1 , . . , Ck ∧ DC |= s1 ≤ t1 , t2 ≤ s2 , t1 ≤ t2 =⇒{TVω = i∈N TVi } clause(E, A th [s1 , s2 ], (C1 , . . , Ck , B1 α1 , . . , Bn αn )) ∈ TVω ∧ {(B1 , β1 ), . . , (Bn , βn )} ⊆ Tω β1 , . . , αn βn ∧ E ∧ DC |= α1 DC |= C1 , .

N} ⊆ T ω ∧ {clause(E, A th [ti1 , ti2 ], (C¯ i , B V h i i ¯ for i ∈ {1, . . ,n} ⊆ T ω ∧ {clause(E, A th [ti1 , ti2 ], (C¯ i , B V i i ω ¯ )) ∈ T for i ∈ {1, . . ,n−1} ⊆ T ω ∧ {clause(E, A th [ti1 , ti2 ], (C¯ i , B V i i ω ¯ )) ∈ T for i ∈ {1, . . ,n−2} ⊆ T ω demo(E, A th [tn−1 , tn2 ]) ∧ {clause(E, A th [ti1 , ti2 ], (C¯ i , B 1 V i i ω ¯ )) ∈ T for i ∈ {1, . . ,n} covering of th [t1 , t2 ] =⇒ {by deﬁnition of covering DC |= th [t1 , t2 ] th [t11 , tn2 ] and Lemma 4} demo(E, A th [t1 , t2 ]) ∈ TVω 40 Paolo Baldan et al.

BoxOff: ticket (8000 , X ) at T ← T ≥ Jan 1 1997 , wed at T ticket (12000 , X ) at T ← T ≥ Jan 1 1997 , non wed at T The constraint T ≥ Jan 1 1997 represents the validity of the clause, which holds from January 1, 1997 onwards. The predicates wed and non wed are deﬁned in a separate theory Days, where w is assumed to be the last Wednesday of 1996. 20 Days: Paolo Baldan et al. wed at w. wed at T + 7 ← wed at T non wed th [w + 1, w + 6]. non wed at T + 7 ← non wed at T Notice that, by means of recursive predicates one can easily express periodic temporal information.