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 Title Hack, Hack, Who's There? A Gentle Introduction to Model Theory
 Authors David Reid
 Publisher: Smashwords (Dec 25, 2016)
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 Language: English
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 ISBN13: 9781370372249
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Book Description
The skeleton of this narrative nonfiction book is a science fiction story without the usual mangling of physics. The flesh is composed of selfcontained nontechnical mainstream explanations and examples of the field of mathematics which deals with meaning, called Model Theory. Technical terms are avoided, except to occasionally serve as keywords.
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 Mathematical Logic  Computability, Set Theory, Model Theory, etc
 Theory of Programming Languages
 Theory of Computation
 Introduction to Computer Science
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