Limits of Computation

Limits of Computation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Underaglassmoon at April 17, 2016
Limits of Computation

Limits of Computation: From a Programming Perspective
Springer | Theoretical Computer Science | March 26 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319278878 | 348 pages | pdf | 7.52 mb

Authors: Reus, Bernhard
Undergraduate Topics in Computer Science
Illustrates proofs by means of programs written in a high-level imperative programming language
Includes chapters on the emergent fields of molecular and quantum computing
Highlights countless connections to all areas in computer science
In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman: Mathematics at the Limits of Computation (Repost)

William J. Cook, "In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman: Mathematics at the Limits of Computation"
2012 | pages: 245 | ISBN: 0691152705 | PDF | 7,5 mb
Limits of Computation: An Introduction to the Undecidable and the Intractable (repost)

Edna E. Reiter, Clayton Matthew Johnson, "Limits of Computation: An Introduction to the Undecidable and the Intractable"
English | ISBN: 1439882061 | 2012 | PDF | 279 pages | 5,9 MB
In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman: Mathematics at the Limits of Computation (repost)

In Pursuit of the Traveling Salesman: Mathematics at the Limits of Computation by William J. Cook
English | 2012 | ISBN-10: 0691152705 | PDF | 272 pages | 7,5 MB

What is the shortest possible route for a traveling salesman seeking to visit each city on a list exactly once and return to his city of origin? It sounds simple enough, yet the traveling salesman problem is one of the most intensely studied puzzles in applied mathematics–and it has defied solution to this day.

Limits of Computation: An Introduction to the Undecidable and the Intractable  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at July 26, 2013
Limits of Computation: An Introduction to the Undecidable and the Intractable

Edna E. Reiter, Clayton Matthew Johnson, "Limits of Computation: An Introduction to the Undecidable and the Intractable"
English | ISBN: 1439882061 | 2012 | PDF | 279 pages | 5,9 MB

The Theory of Computation  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tukotikko at Feb. 23, 2015
The Theory of Computation

The Theory of Computation By Bernard Moret
1997 | 464 Pages | ISBN: 0201258285 | PDF | 24 MB

Feynman And Computation: Exploring The Limits Of Computers  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by step778 at Dec. 25, 2014
Feynman And Computation: Exploring The Limits Of Computers

Anthony J.G. Hey, "Feynman And Computation: Exploring The Limits Of Computers"
1998 | pages: 462 | ISBN: 0738200573 | DJVU | 5,4 mb

Imperial Genus: The Formation and Limits of the Human in Modern Korea and Japan  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Jeembo at May 23, 2017
Imperial Genus: The Formation and Limits of the Human in Modern Korea and Japan

Imperial Genus: The Formation and Limits of the Human in Modern Korea and Japan by Travis Workman
English | 2015 | ISBN: 0520289595 | 324 Pages | PDF | 8.7 MB

Imperial Genus begins with the turn to world culture and ideas of the generally human in Japan’s cultural policy in Korea in 1919. How were concepts of the human’s genus-being operative in the discourses of the Japanese empire? How did they inform the imagination and representation of modernity in colonial Korea? Travis Workman delves into these questions through texts in philosophy, literature, and social science.
The Poverty of Conceptual Truth: Kant's Analytic/Synthetic Distinction and the Limits of Metaphysics

R. Lanier Anderson, "The Poverty of Conceptual Truth: Kant's Analytic/Synthetic Distinction and the Limits of Metaphysics"
English | ISBN: 0198724578 | 2015 | 432 pages | PDF | 2 MB

Strange Science: Investigating the Limits of Knowledge in the Victorian Age  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at May 15, 2017
Strange Science: Investigating the Limits of Knowledge in the Victorian Age

Strange Science: Investigating the Limits of Knowledge in the Victorian Age by Lara Pauline Karpenko
English | Dec. 20, 2016 | ISBN: 047213017X | 312 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

The essays in Strange Science examine marginal, fringe, and unconventional forms of scientific inquiry, as well as their cultural representations, in the Victorian period. Although now relegated to the category of the pseudoscientific, fields like mesmerism and psychical research captured the imagination of the Victorian public. Conversely, many branches of science now viewed as uncontroversial, such as physics and botany, were often associated with unorthodox methods of inquiry. Whether ultimately incorporated into mainstream scientific thought or categorized by 21st century historians as pseudo- or even anti-scientific, these sciences generated conversation, enthusiasm, and controversy within Victorian society.