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new and forthcoming theoretical computer science 2018-19 demystifying computation a hands-on introduction by apostolos syropoulos greek molecular computing group greece “the erudition of the author and the extreme amount of work that must have gone into the annotated bibliographies and the overviews of extremely current developments in computing are truly impressive the work will be an admirable reference book for courses in computing and also an excellent source for general readers in public libraries these individuals will gain a sound understanding of the fundamentals of computer science current developments and where these developments are likely to lead.” choice contents a brief history of computing from hilbert to gödel to turing hypercomputation natural computing quantum computing vague computing physical reality and computation readership high-school and undergraduate students in computer science information and communication technology and software development

new and forthcoming theoretical computer science 2018-19 probability and random number a first guide to randomness by hiroshi sugita osaka university japan this is a book of elementary probability theory that includes a chapter on algorithmic randomness it rigorously presents definitions and theorems in computation theory and explains the meanings of the theorems by comparing them with mechanisms of the computer which is very effective in the current computer age readership first year university students to professionals 140pp 978-981-3228-25-2 dec 2017 us$48 £42 logic and language models for computer science 3rd edition by dana richards henry hamburger george mason university usa series on knots and everything vol 61 numeral systems with irrational bases for mission-critical applications by alexey stakhov international club of the golden section canada this volume sets forth new informational and arithmetical fundamentals of computer and measurement systems based on fibonacci

new and forthcoming theoretical computer science 2018-19 proof and computation bestseller digitization in mathematics computer science and philosophy /hfwxuh1rwhv6hulhvrq&rpsxwlqj9roxph edited by klaus mainzer technische universität münchen germany peter schuster universitàdegli studi di verona italy helmut schwichtenberg ludwig-maximiliansuniversität münchen germany algorithms key features ż 7klverrnjdwkhuvuhfhqw contributions of distinguished experts “the book is a good introductory textbook for beginners who want to learn design and analysis of algorithms from scratch it covers all the fundamental design paradigms with ample examples and exercises and begins at a reasonable level for beginners it is also easy to navigate through the book.” mathematical reviews clippings ż ,wpdnhvhphujlqj¿hogvdffhvvleohwrdzlghudxglhqfh appealing to a broad readership with diverse backgrounds ż ,w¿oovdjdsehwzhhq xqghu

new and forthcoming theoretical computer science 2018-19 subscribe or recommend these journals to your librarian bestseller world scientific series in computer science 9ro mathematical logic for computer science 2nd edition by lu zhongwan chinese academy of science beijing http www.worldscientific.com/ijfcs mathematical logic is essentially related to computer science this book describes the aspects of mathematical logic that are closely related to each other including classical logic constructive logic and modal logic this book is intended to attend to both the peculiarities of logical systems and the requirements of computer science in this edition the revisions essentially involve rewriting the proofs increasing the explanations and adopting new terms and notations readership computer scientists 256pp 978-981-02-3091-3 aug 1998 us$83 international journal of foundations of computer science £69 bestseller thinking about gödel and turing essays on complexity 1970 –