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Theoretical computer science is the mathematical study of models of computation. As such, it originated in the 1930s, well before the existence of modern computers, in the work of the logicians Church, Godel, Kleene, Post, and Turing,. This early work has had a profound influence on the practical and theoretical development of computer science. Not only has the Turing machine model proved basic for theory, but the work of these pioneers presaged many aspects of computational practice that are now commonplace and whose intellectual antecedents are typically unknown to users. Included among these are the existence in principle of all purpose digital computers, the concept of a program as a list of instructions in a formal language, the possibility of interpretive programs, the duality between software and hardware, and the representation of languages by formal structures, based on productions. While the spotlight in computer science has tended to fall on the truly breathtaking technological advances that have been taking place, important work in the foundations of the subject has continued as well. It is our purpose in writing this book to provide an introduction to the various aspects of theoretical computer science for undergraduate and graduate students that is sufficiently comprehensive that the professional literature of treatises and research papers will become accessible to our readers.

About Book:

Title: Fundamental of Theoretical Computer Science 
Author: Martin D. Davis, Ron Sigal & Elaine J. Weyker
Edition: 2nd
File Format: PDF
File Size: 4 MB
Total Page: 119




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