# Definition:Finite Sequence/Also known as

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## Finite Sequence: Also known as

Some sources use the term **word** in place of **finite sequence**.

Compare the definition of word in the context of formal systems.

Some treatments, in order to stress the difference between a **finite sequence** and infinite sequence, present this term as **finite-sequence**.

## Sources

- 1971: Robert H. Kasriel:
*Undergraduate Topology*... (previous) ... (next): $\S 1.15$: Sequences: Definition $15.2$

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- 2012: M. Ben-Ari:
*Mathematical Logic for Computer Science*(3rd ed.) ... (previous) ... (next): Appendix $\text{A}.3$: Definition $\text{A}.12$