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Introduction to Computational Logic

18 Apr 2022, 14:57
Introduction to Computational Logic
Published 04/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 14 lectures (2h 335m) | Size: 1.39 GB

Propositional Logic, Natural Rules for Deduction, Derived Rules for Deduction, and Predicate Logic
What you'll learn
Understand the basics of Propositional logic
Acquire skills on natural detection rules to handle Propositional logic
Acquire skills on derived rules to handle Propositional logic
Understand the First order Logic
No prerequisites are there for this course. Students can listen to the lectures to understand computational logic concepts from base.
The aim of logic in computer science is to develop languages to model the situations we encounter as computer science professionals, in such a way that we can reason about them formally. Reasoning about situations means constructing arguments about them; we want to do this formally, so that the arguments are valid and can be defended rigorously, or executed on a machine.
In order to make arguments rigorous, we need to develop a language in which we can express sentences in such a way that brings out their logical structure. The language we begin with is the language of propositional logic. It is based on propositions, or declarative sentences which one can, in principle, argueas being true or false.
The outline of this course is given as,
Introduction to Propositional Logic, Parse tree, valuation of Propositional Logic statements, Model in propositional logic
How do we go about constructing a calculus for reasoning about propositions given a certain arrangement of premises. - Natural Rules for Deduction, Examples of Natural Deduction Rules
Derived Rules for Deduction, Proof by contradiction, Modus Tollens,Law of Excluded middle portion and Double negation elimination
Introduction to Predicate Logic, Natural language statements to Predicate logic statements
Parse tree, substitution and Model in First order logic
Who this course is for
Computer science students
Students who wants to learn computational logic
Anybody who wants to pursue a career in Computer Science Engineering

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