## NUMBERING

### Numbering

In computability theory a**numbering**is the assignment of natural numbers to a set of objects such as functions, rational numbers, graphs, or words in some language. A numbering can be used to transfer the idea of computability and related concepts, which are originally defined on the natural numbers using computable functions, to these different types of objects.

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### numbering

#### Noun

- A sequence of numbers indicating order or otherwise used for identification.
- The action of creating or assigning such a sequence for identification.
- The action of counting or ordering with numbers.

#### Verb

**numbering**

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