I am reading a textbook about communications systems, and just came across a part that I believe to be wrong. As shown below, it says that if you take a vector g = [g(t1) g(t2) ... g(tN)] and take the limit as the number of samples goes to infinity, the result is a continuous function of t. Wouldn't this imply a bijection between the natural numbers and a continuous interval which was disproven by cantor's second theorem?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Textbook error relating to uncountability?

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