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Thinking Machines – Gutenmacher
In this post, we will see the book Thinking Machines by L. Gutenmacher. About the book & the author The book describes earliest computers, technologies and computing techniques and algorithms. The fundamental aspects of computation are well described in the … Continue reading
Cybernetics Within Us – Saparina
In this post, we will see the book Cybernetics Within Us by Yelena Saparina. About the book Can a rat tell the difference between a Raphael Madonna and a Picasso Girl in Blue? Would a Martian (if there is such … Continue reading
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Tagged automata, brains, circuits, cognition, cognitive science, cybernetics, information, interaction, language, learning, levels, logic, machine, mind, mir publishers, molecules, neural architecture, neurons, peace publishers, perception, pleasure centre, popular, science, systems, vision
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Mathematical Logic – Ershov, Palyutin
In this post we will see Mathematical Logic by Yu. L. Ershov, E. A. Palyutin. This book presents in a systematic way a number of topics in modern mathematical logic and the theory of algorithms. It can be used as … Continue reading
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Tagged algebraic systems, algorithms, axiomatic systems, boolean algebra, calculus of predicates, compactness theorem, gentzen system, godels theorem, herbrand theorem, hilbertian calculus, logic, mathematics, mir, mir books, mir publishers, normal forms, proof theory, propositional calculus, recursive functions, set theory, skolem functions, soviet, undecidability
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Little Mathematics Library – Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem
After the last two posts by V. A. Uspenskii (check out his site here) which dealt with Post’s Machine, and Pascal’s Triangle, we now come to another book by him in the Little Mathematics Library series titled Gödel’s Incompleteness Theorem. … Continue reading
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Tagged algorithms computers, Gödel's proof, godel, incompleteness theorem, logic
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