Settheoretic approach to the concept of type.
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 ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB., ILL.
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 4525068
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 CONF6910731
 NSA Number:
 NSA27027168
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 Technical Report
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 Other Information: UNCL. Orig. Receipt Date: 30JUN73
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 English
 Subject:
 N80600* Mathematics & Computers; COMPUTERS; ERRORS; PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES; COMPUTERS/settheoretic approach to concept of type
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