Title: Rekursive Funktionen, 2nd Expanded Edition
Publisher: Akademiai Kiado
Publication Date: 1957
Book Condition: Very Good
Previous owner name on front free page. Previous owner was Raphael M. Robinson, (1911-1995) was an American mathematician. Robinson became a full professor at UC Berkeley in 1949 and retired in 1973. Robinson worked on mathematical logic, set theory, geometry, number theory, and combinatorics. Robinson (1937) set out a simpler and more conventional version of John Von Neumann's 1923 axiomatic set theory. Soon after Alfred Tarski joined Berkeley's mathematics department in 1942, Robinson began to do major work on the foundations of mathematics, building on Tarski's concept of "essential undecidability," by proving a number of mathematical theories undecidable. Robinson (1950) proved that an essentially undecidable theory need not have an infinite number of axioms by coming up with a counterexample: Robinson arithmetic Q. Q is finitely axiomatizable because it lacks Peano arithmetic's axiom schema of induction; nevertheless Q, like Peano arithmetic, , is incomplete and undecidable. Bookseller Inventory # mon0000001170
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