Peano
[peeahnoh; Italian peahnaw]

noun
Giu·sep·pe [joozeppe] /dʒuˈzɛp pɛ/, 1858–1932, Italian mathematician.
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All these, however, are a concession, and are swept away by Professor Peano.
Mysticism and Logic and Other EssaysBertrand Russell
Dedekind and Peano have worked out such ordinal theories of the number concept.
The symbolic language created by Peano plays a very grand rôle in these new researches.
M. Couturat begins by stating Peano's five assumptions, which are independent, as has been proved by Peano and Padoa.
This method is due partly to Peano, partly to another Italian named Fano.
Mysticism and Logic and Other EssaysBertrand Russell