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Abstract Computing Machines

A Lambda Calculus Perspective

Kluge, Werner

2005, XIV, 384 p. 89 illus.

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From the reviews:

"This remarkable monograph is an extremely well-written and pleasant and reading about abstract computing machines … . The author chooses a somewhat ‘imperative’ approach to teaching, which results in the survey of a vast number of concepts provided with many useful examples. The expository style is most favourable, which could be of special value for a reader with no strong background in the area. … Altogether, this is a book worth reading." (Vladimir Komendantsky, Mathematical Reviews, Issue 2007 k)

 

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