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Computational Logic and Set Theory

Applying Formalized Logic to Analysis

Schwartz, Jacob T., Cantone, Domenico, Omodeo, Eugenio G.

2011, XVII, 416 p.

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From the book reviews:

“This is a text defining new formulae, theorems, lemmas, and sublanguages. Partition calculus and subset theory is well developed. … I recommend this book to all students and logicians.” (Joseph J. Grenier, Amazon.com, August, 2014)

“The contents of the book makes it inspiring and interesting both to mathematicians and to computer scientists. … This is one of a few recent books which promise to both make mathematicians aware of the possibilities opened by the recent progress in automated theorem proving and draw the attention of the researchers working in logic and automated theorem proving to the challenges and possibilities raised by interesting problems in mathematics.” (Viorica Sofronie-Stokkermans, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. 1246, 2012)

 

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