alexa Abstract | The ABCs of the Mathematical Infinitology. Principles of the Modern Theory and Practice of Scientific-and-Mathematical Infinitology
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The modern Science has now a lot of its branches and meanders, where are working the numerous specialists
and outstanding scientists everywhere in the whole world. The theme of this article is devoted to mathematics in
general and to such a new subsidiary science as the Cartesian infinitology (± ∞: x y and x y z) in a whole.
The young and adult modern people of our time, among them, in first turn, are such ones as the usual citizens,
students or schoolchildren, have a very poor imagination about those achievements and successes that made by our
scientists in the different parts and divisions of many fundamental sciences, especially in mathematics. This article is a
short description of the numerous ideas of a new science that is named by its inventor as the mathematical infinitology.
The infinity as the scientific category is a very complicated conception and the difficult theme for professional
discussing of its properties and features even by the academicians and the Nobelists as well. In spite of all problems,
the author have found his own road to this Science and worked out independently, even not being a mathematician
at all, the universal, from his point of view, and unusual theories and scientific methods, which helped him to find
and name It as the mathematical infinitology, that may be now studied in rectangular system of Cartesian or other
coordinates, in orthogonal ones, for example, as easy and practically as we study the organic chemistry or Chinese
language at the middle school or in the University.
The mathematical infinitology, as a separate or independent science, has been never existed in the mathematics
from the ancient times up to the 90-th years of the XX-th century. All outstanding mathematicians of the past times
were able only approximately to image to themselves and explain to their colleagues and pupils in addition, what is an
infinity indeed: the scientific abstraction or the natural mathematical science that can be not only tested by one’s tooth
or touched by hands, but study and investigate it in schools or the Institutions of higher learning too.
In summer 1993, such a specific mathematical object as the “cloth of Ulam”, was occasionally re-invented by
the article author without no one imagination, what it is indeed. Very long time working hours spent by the inventor
with this mathematical toy or the simplest logical entertainment helped him to penetrate into the mysteries of this
usual intellectual mathematical object and see in it the fantastic perspectives and possibilities as for science as for
himself in further studying and it investigating. In a result of the own purposefulness and interests to the re-invented
mathematical idea of the famous American mathematician S.M.Ulam, the new science was born in the World, and
after long time experiments, it was named as the mathematical or Cartesian infinitology (±∞ : x y and x y z).

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Author(s): Karpushkin EV


Cartesian infinitology, Mathematical plus-minus infinity (±∞:xy and хyz), Cartesian coordinates, Natural prime and twins numbers, Theory of blank spaces, Sieve of Erathosfen, Ulam’s spieral, Algebra, Combinatorics, Deformations Theory, Geometry, Harmonic Analysis, Homological Algebra, Homotopical Algebra, Latin Squares, Lie Algebra, Lie Superalgebra, Lie Theory, Lie Triple Systems, Loop Algebra, Operad Theory, Quantum Group, Quasi-Group, Representation theory, Super Algebras, Symmetric Spaces, Topologies

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