Mathematical Logic through Python (Cambridge University Press)
Friday, 16 September 2022

Using an approach tailored to the intuitions and strengths of the ever-growing population of programming-savvy students, Yannai A. Gonczarowski and Noam Nisan introduce mathematical logic by guiding students in implementing the underlying logical concepts and mathematical proofs via Python programming. The approach brings mathematical logic into the comfort zone of these students and provides clarity that can only be achieved by a deep hands-on understanding and the satisfaction of having created working code.



Author: Yannai A. Gonczarowski and Noam Nisan
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Date: September 2022
Pages: 284
ISBN: 978-1108949477
Print: 1108949479
Kindle: B0B4F42SBW
Audience: Python developers interested in mathematical logic
Level: Intermediate/Advanced
Category: Mathematics and Python


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