Arcler Education Inc
Computer mathematics examines various aspects of mathematics including an extensive overview of computational mathematics. It includes definitions of predictable phenomena, theory of models and of groups, programming models, introduction to formal computer-aided proof, theory of the demonstration, working group on core courses, finite model theory, calculability and incompleteness, programming models, combinator, mathematical logic, foundations of computing. Provides the reader with insights into the development of its history, so as to understand the general theory of algorithms, recursive functions, introduction to complexity, theory of finite models and applications, approximate verification and complexity, working on fundamental courses, preliminary intensive logic.
Gerard I. Prudhomme has a graduate degree (M.S.) for Computer Science from University College London (UCL). He has also worked as a software programmer and tech writer for different Fortune 500 companies, and studied at UCL, Harvard, and Oxford.