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April 8th, 2019, 05:58 AM   #1
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Аn infinite number of experiments testing a process

For an infinite number of experiments testing a process — a process that can be represented as an arbitrarily long finite sequence of combinations of a finite set of elements — should each such process occur?
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Rewrite question.
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An infinite set of steps of a deterministic algorithm is a countable set?
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An infinite set of steps of a deterministic algorithm is a countable set?
Still just a set.
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