Two concepts of completing an infinite number of tasks

The Reasoner 7 (6):69-70 (2013)
In this paper, two concepts of completing an infinite number of tasks are considered. After discussing supertasks, equisupertasks are introduced. I suggest that equisupertasks are logically possible.
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