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Date: 2007-10-03 (23:28)
From: Joshua D. Guttman <guttman@m...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] Unsoundness is essential
skaller <> writes:

>   Goedel's theorem says that any type system strong enough
>   to describe integer programming is necessarily unsound.

Are you sure that's what it *says*?  I thought I remembered
it stated differently.

Poor old guy.  Worked so hard to be precise, and now
everybody attributes all sorts of things to him.    

	Joshua D. Guttman 
	The MITRE Corporation