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Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Fifth Edition
Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Fifth Edition. Description Retaining all the key features of the previous editions, Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Fifth Edition explores the principal topics of mathematical logic. It covers propositional logic, first-order logic, first-order number theory, axiomatic set theory, and the theory of computability. New to the Fifth Edition A new section covering basic ideas and results about nonstandard models of number theory A second appendix that introduces modal propositional logic An expanded bibliography Additional exercises and selected answers This long-established text continues to expose students to natural proofs and set-theoretic methods.
Introduction to Mathematical Logic, Fifth Edition : Elliott Mendelson :
Only requiring some experience in abstract mathematical thinking, it offers mencelson material for either a one- or two-semester course on mathematical logic. The Best Books of Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of Product details Format Hardback pages Dimensions Looking for beautiful books? Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. Other books in this series.
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Second-Order Logic Appendix B: Review quote Since it first appeared inMendelson’s book has been recognized as an excellent textbook in the field. It is one of the most frequently mentioned texts ijtroduction references and recommended reading lists This book rightfully belongs in the small, elite set of superb books that every computer science graduate, graduate student, scientist, and teacher should be familiar with. The following are the significant changes in this edition: A new section 3.
Plotkin, Zentralblatt MATH “Since its first edition, this fine book has been a text of choice for a beginner’s course on mathematical logic. There are many fine books on mathematical logic, but Mendelson’s textbook remains a sure choice for a first course for its clear explanations and organization: The book is especially suitable for self-study, with a wealth of exercises to test the reader’s understanding.
When that need arises, my first choice of reference is always this book. It is the most concise and readable introductory text I have ever encountered and it is a rare occasion when I fail to find the background material needed to solve the problem. It is also an excellent source of problems and I have pulled the ideas for many test questions from it over the years.
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