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 ipedia.com: Primitive recursive function Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The primitive recursive functions are a strict subset of the recursive functions (which are exactly those functions which we call "computable"; see Church-Turing thesis).
Primitive recursion: Given f a k-ary primitive recursive function and g a (k+2)-ary primitive recursive function, the (k+1)-ary function defined as the primitive recursion of f and g, i.e.
Many other familiar functions can be shown to be primitive recursive; some examples include conditionals, exponentiation, primality testing, and mathematical induction, and the primitive recursive functions can be extended to operate on other objects such as integers and rational numbers.
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 Alex Sakharov
Recursive types are classes containing members of the same type.
Java classes are introduced to support recursive types.
These classes simplify comparing and printing objects of recursive types as well as creation of internal representations when parsing various languages.
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 Primitive - Primitive recursive function - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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given the graph of a function, draw that of an anti-derivative.
In computability theory, primitive recursive functions are a class of Primitive recursive functions can be computed by machines that always halt,
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