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  • noun set theory A partially ordered set.


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Abbreviation of partially ordered set.


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  • Blank – de rien – mfi has taught me so much and his writing reminds me daily of the reality of what we fight and fight for – if you have not read his poset titled “why I fight”, look for it.

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  • Latin School developed the first major theorem applying to all poset (two-player) games. - Students define talent 2003

  • So I found the first major theorem that tied to all poset games, so I tied this family of unrelated games together into a unified field of math.

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