|Title:||Quantum Logic (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science)|
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The 13-digit and 10-digit formats both work. Series: Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science. Paperback: 214 pages.
All about Quantum Logic (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science) by Karl Svozil. Quantum Logic (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science).
Home All Categories Quantum Logic (Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science). ISBN13: 9789814021074. Quantum Logic deals with the foundations of quantum mechanics and, related to it, the behaviour of finite, discrete deterministic systems. The quantum logical approach is particulalry suitable for the investigation and exclusion of certain hidden parameter models of quantum mechanics. Conversely, it can be used to embed quantum universes into classical ones. It is also highly relevant for the characterization of finite automation.
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Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science. Seminars:, Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science: Friday, 8:0:30, A1/7, Geometry and Dynamical Systems: Thursday, 13:15-14:45, A1/6.
Theoretical computer science is an area of mathematics that studies problems that we can - and that we cannot - compute, transmit, reach an agreement over a communication channel. It originated from the mathematical logic and the foundations of mathematics after the seminal works of Kurt Gödel in proof theory, Claude Shannon in information theory, and Alan Turing in theory of computation. Computational complexity. Does every theorem have a short proof? This question remains open even in the & case of propositional proofs (where we have only Boolean variables and binary connectives such as and, or, not), where it is equivalent to the NP vs coNP question of the computational complexity theory. While the questions remains open in general, exponential lower bounds are known for speficic proof systems.
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This book covers elementary discrete mathematics for computer science and engineering. explores the topics of basic combinatorics, number and graph theory, logic and proof techniques. Advances in Discrete Differential Geometry (Alexander I. Bobenko). It surveys the fascinating connections between discrete models in differential geometry and complex analysis, integrable systems and applications in computer graphics and is illustrated to convince readers it's both beautiful and useful