<*person, mathematics, logic*> (1858-08-27 - 1932-04-20) An Italian
mathematician who wrote over 200 books and papers, was a founder
of mathematical logic and set theory and taught at the
University of Turin. He contributed to mathematical analysis,
logic, the teaching of calculus, differential equations,
vector analysis and the axiomatization of mathematics. The
standard axiomatization of the natural numbers is named Peano
arithmetic or the Peano axioms after him. He also invented the
Peano curve, an early example of a fractal.

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