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Name
Famous for...
Polish
His undefinability theorem, and the sphere-duplicating paradox co-authored with Stefan Banach
German
Co-developing the standard consistent axiomatization of set theory; proposing the axiom of choice
American
Discovering with William Howard for discovering the correspondence between constructive proofs and computer programs
British
Eponymous diagrams used to show pictorially the relationships between sets
German
Begriffsschrift; inventing the turnstile symbol
Austro-American
His incompleteness theorems
Greek
The Organon, one of the oldest extant treatises on logic
American
Expanding the then-embryonic field of relational logic; discovering that all binary operations can be written in terms of NAND or NOR
English
Developing a theory of binary logic
German
His program which sought to provide firm foundations for all of mathematics; providing the standard axiomatization of Euclidean geometry
American
Inventing the lambda calculus and formalizing the notion of an algorithm
Norwegian
Pioneering model theory; theorem with LĂ¶wenheim on models of countable first-order theories
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British
Two laws relating OR and NOT to each other via negation; coining the term 'induction'
American
Founding and developing modal logic
German
Proving the consistency of the next mathematician's axioms for the natural numbers; introducing sequent calculus
Italian
Proposing the standard axiomatization of the natural numbers
English
His theorem which is one of the standard examples of a theorem unprovable in the previous mathematician's arithmetic
American
Proving the independence of the continuum hypothesis and the axiom of choice from ZF
German
Co-discovering with the next mathematician that if there are injections both ways between two sets, then there is a bijection between the sets
German
Founding set theory and the concept of infinite cardinals
British
Paradox of 'set of all sets that do not contain themselves'; co-authoring Principia Mathematica with Alfred Whitehead
American
His unary 'star' operation; regular expressions; founding computability theory
German
The Entscheidungsproblem; his concept of the universal 'calculus ratiocinator'
English
Formalizing the concept of an algorithm with his abstract calculating machines; proving the undecidability of the halting problem
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