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Peter Smith examines Gödel's Theorems, how they were established and why they matter.

Peter Smith examines Gödel's Theorems, how they were established and why they matter.

New Age International Pvt. Ltd., Publishers (2008)

CA$59.45

About the Book: The primary purpose of this book is to provide the student with a comprehensive knowledge of basic concepts of fuzzy logic and neural networks. The hybridization of fuzzy logic and neural networks is also included. No previous knowledge of fuzzy logic and neural networks is required. Fuzzy logic and neural networks have been...

About the Book: The primary purpose of this book is to provide the student with a comprehensive...

Cambridge University Press (2008)

CA$58.26

An accessible introduction to many-valued and fuzzy logic designed for undergraduate and graduate students.

An accessible introduction to many-valued and fuzzy logic designed for undergraduate and graduate...

This work is a sequel to the author's Gödel's Incompleteness Theorems , though it can be read...

A layman's guide to the mechanics of Gödel's proof together with a lucid discussion of the issues...

These are exciting times in the fields of Fuzzy Logic and the Semantic Web, and this book will add...

Kurt Godel, the greatest logician of our time, startled the world of mathematics in 1931 with his...

This volume covers the integration of fuzzy logic and expert systems. A vital resource in the field,...

1988 marked the first centenary of Recursion Theory, since Dedekind's 1888 paper on the nature of number. Now available in paperback, this book is both a comprehensive reference for the subject and a textbook starting from first principles. Among the subjects covered are: various equivalent approaches to effective computability and their relations...

1988 marked the first centenary of Recursion Theory, since Dedekind's 1888 paper on the nature of...

World Scientific Publishing Company (2007)

CA$84.16

Dr Gregory Chaitin, one of the world's leading mathematicians, is best known for his discovery of the remarkable Ω number, a concrete example of irreducible complexity in pure mathematics which shows that mathematics is infinitely complex. In this volume, Chaitin discusses the evolution of these ideas, tracing them back to Leibniz and...

Dr Gregory Chaitin, one of the world's leading mathematicians, is best known for his discovery...