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William Bigelow Easton

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William Bigelow Easton was an American mathematician who proved Easton's theorem about the possible values of the continuum function. His advisor at Princeton was the famed mathematician and computer scientist Alonzo Church.[1]


  • Easton, W. (1970), "Powers of regular cardinals", Ann. Math. Logic, 1 (2): 139–178, doi:10.1016/0003-4843(70)90012-4


  1. ^ "William Bigelow Easton". Mathematics Genealogy Project. Retrieved 2 November 2022.