Enumeration FAQs:

Q: Is enumeration a complete?

A: Yes, and ordered listing of all the items in a collection.

Q: Is enumeration used more in the sense of counting – with emphasis on determination of the number of elements that a set contains?

A: Yes, and rather than the production of an explicit listing of those elements.

Q: Is enumeration used in an ordered list context?

A: Yes, and we impose some sort of ordering structure requirement on the index set.

Q: Is enumeration the complement of the halting set?

A: Yes.

Q: Is enumeration often used to compare the relative sizes or cardinalities of different sets?

A: Yes.

Q: Is enumeration defined to be a surjection with a well-ordered domain?

A: Yes.

Q: Is enumeration merely an enumeration with domain ω?

A: Yes, and the ordinal of the natural numbers.

Q: Is enumeration defined to be exactly this?

A: Yes.