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Lazar January 27th, 2015 09:08 AM

Please suggest good book math logic , Bool algebra ?
 
Hi I would be really gratefull if you could suggest a book, or books with a lot of examples in mathematical logic and bool algebra , I mean the book that will give you a better way of thinking and improve it :D ?

Arlax January 27th, 2015 11:37 AM

I don't know about bool algebra, but there is a really helpful book for mathematical logic which is called "Proofs and Fundamental: A First Course in Abstract Mathematics" by Ethan D. Bloch.

It really helped me during my first semester in college and I recommend it.

al-mahed April 28th, 2015 01:05 PM

For basic Logic, Peter Smith's Introduction to Logic, then read wikipedia and Stanford.plato related stuff on this, they have small articles giving fundamentals of BA's and alike sort of stuff. After that you can get Hodges&Chiswell Intro to Math. Log., a beautiful book didactically speaking.

DON'T get as a first book in Logic: Van Dalen, Mendelson, Enderton, Klenee, etc.

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Originally Posted by Lazar (Post 220059)
Hi I would be really gratefull if you could suggest a book, or books with a lot of examples in mathematical logic and bool algebra , I mean the book that will give you a better way of thinking and improve it :D ?


tutorversal August 22nd, 2016 05:16 AM

For basic details you can go for Peter Smith's Introduction to Logic.

raul21 September 11th, 2016 12:57 AM

My favorite, and the one I'm learning from is Introduction to mathematical logic by Alonzo Church. It's a legendary book, as he was a great mathematician, one of the greatest of the 20th century, and one of the greatest math logicians, famous for his hypothesys and lambda calculus.https://d39ttiideeq0ys.cloudfront.ne...0691029061.jpg


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