Number Theory


Orduality vesus Flausible Falsifiability & Inference Criteria Explicated: None (All) is a Proof?

Authors: Arthur Shevenyonov

Some testing criteria or decision-procedures, notably when deployed as part of automated proving vehicles, might pose more of an AI threat than they do in terms of an opportunity leverage. In particular, tautology, unless rethought, will likely prove just that--irrelevant and inefficient. Mochizuki's IUT, referred to for benchmarking and illustration purposes, may well bear fruit beyond ABC if shown to be Teichmueller legacy-invariant.

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[v1] 2019-06-07 11:38:42

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