Logic and Language Models for Computer Science, 3rd Edition

Book Description

This text presents the formal concepts underlying .

It starts with a wide introduction to with an emphasis on reasoning and proof, with chapters on Program Verification and Prolog.

The treatment of computability with Automata and Formal Languages stands out in several ways:

  • it emphasizes the nature of the proofs and the reliance on simulations;
  • it stresses the centrality of nondeterminism in generative models and the relationship to deterministic recognition models

The style is appropriate for both undergraduate and graduate classes.

Readership: Students and professionals interested in theoretical computation and language models for science.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Preliminaries

Part I logic For Computer Science
Chapter 2 Propositional Logic
Chapter 3 Proofs By Deduction
Chapter 4 Predicate Logic
Chapter 5 Proving With Predicates
Chapter 6 Program Verification

Part II language Models For Computer Science
Chapter 7 Language And Models
Chapter 8 Generative Models Of Regular Languages
Chapter 9 Finite Automata And Regular Languages
Chapter 10 Context-Free Grammars
Chapter 11 Pushdown Automata And Parsing
Chapter 12 Turing Machines

Appendix A logic
Appendix B the Awk Language
Appendix C answers To Selected Problems

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