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Computable Models

turner, raymond

2009

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From the reviews:

"Turner’s book … provides an articulate overview of the theory behind computational model design. … The book is the result of many years of research and teaching in the field and has all the attributes of a mature work, worthy of being included as a valuable reference for interested professionals. … a textbook for ‘graduate students and researchers in theoretical computer science, artificial intelligence, and mathematical logic.’ … there is no doubt that professionals in these areas will find the text valuable … ." (Stefan Robila, ACM Computing Reviews, November, 2009)

 

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