Building Blocks for Theoretical Computer Science (Margaret M. Fleck)

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Building Blocks for Theoretical Computer Science (Margaret M. Fleck)

For everyone who wants to learn the fundamentals of computer science. You learn how to read and write mathematical proofs in this book.

It offers an overview of fundamental mathematical concepts, symbols, and methods that will be helpful in later computer science courses. Finally, it provides a brief introduction to some important areas of theoretical computer science, including computability, automata theory, and algorithm analysis and complexity.

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