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The limits of mathematics a course on information theory and limits of formal reasoning by Gregory J. Chaitin

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Published by Springer in [New York] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Computer science -- Mathematics,
  • Information theory,
  • Reasoning

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementGregory J. Chaitin.
SeriesSpringer series in discrete mathematics and theoretical computer science
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA76.9.M35 C48 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 148 p. ;
Number of Pages148
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL689071M
ISBN 10981308359X
LC Control Number97036103

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Title: The Limits of MathematicsThe Book. Authors: G.J. Chaitin (IBM Research Division) (Submitted on 7 Jul ) Abstract: This is a revised version of the course notes handed to each participant at the limits of mathematics short course, Orono, Maine, June Comments: pages, LaTeX, ignore numerous Overfull hbox too wide errors Cited by: 1.   This text consists of three chapters of problems, one each on sequences, combinatorics, and limits of sequences. It was designed to supplement mathematics instruction for students in grades 9 the last two years, of the Soviet school system/5(5). • The conventional approach to calculus is founded on limits. • In this chapter, we will develop the concept of a limit by example. • Properties of limits will be established along the way. • We will use limits to analyze asymptotic behaviors of functions and their graphs. • . The Limits of Mathematics by Gregory J. Chaitin. Publisher: Springer ISBN/ASIN: ISBN Number of pages: Description: This book is the final version of a course on algorithmic information theory and the epistemology of mathematics and physics.

  This book is a really good exploration of the limits of philosophy, mathematics, computer science, physics in a short volume. There are to quote Donald Rumsfeld "Known Knowns, Known Unknowns, and Unknown Unknowns".4/5. Limit, mathematical concept based on the idea of closeness, used primarily to assign values to certain functions at points where no values are defined, in such a way as to be consistent with nearby values. Limits are the method by which the derivative, or rate of change, of a function is calculated. Mathematics books Need help in math? Delve into mathematical models and concepts, limit value or engineering mathematics and find the answers to all your questions. It doesn't need to be that difficult! Our math books are for all study levels. Chapter 3. Limits and Continuous Functions21 1. Informal de nition of limits21 2. The formal, authoritative, de nition of limit22 3. Exercises25 4. Variations on the limit theme25 5. Properties of the Limit27 6. Examples of limit computations27 7. When limits fail to exist29 8. What’s in a name?32 9. Limits and Inequalities33 Continuity34

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