Anton Golov
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 Apr2 comment A question about cardinal number. Just make sure to choose a linear order with no maximal element. Jan2 awarded Nice Answer Dec20 awarded Caucus Sep27 awarded Yearling Sep24 awarded Autobiographer Jul16 awarded Student Jul16 awarded Informed Jul16 asked Given two minimal FSMs with one accepting a subset of the other, must a simulation exist? Nov8 awarded Teacher Nov8 answered Given $f(f(x))$ can we find $f(x)$? Sep4 revised What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? Changed title. Sep4 comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? Ah, thanks, will keep in mind. I'm used to $V$ being used for arbitrary sets, but that's probably due to my language of education (Dutch). Sep4 awarded Editor Sep4 awarded Scholar Sep4 accepted What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? Sep4 comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? @AsafKaragila: See edit. Sep4 revised What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? Added clarification. Sep4 comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? Could you clarify what you mean with "the universe"? I simply meant a set $V$ such that $V = V^V$; Alex has already pointed out that there's only one such set, though. Sep4 comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? Good point. I guess that gives me my set then, heh. I was hoping for something bigger, didn't think about the cardinalities issue. :) Sep4 comment What sets satisfy $V = V^V$? The set I'm asking about has one extra restriction: the $V$ in question is the given set, i.e. $V = V^V$.