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Introduction to Logic

This course is an introduction to Logic from a computational perspective. It shows how to encode information in the form of logical sentences; it shows how to reason with information in this form; and it provides an overview of logic technology and its applications - in mathematics, science, engineering, business, law, and so forth.
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Rating 3.4 based on 121 ratings
Length 11 weeks
Effort 10 weeks of study, 4-8 hours/week
Starts Apr 1 (next week)
Cost $95
From Stanford University via Coursera
Instructor Michael Genesereth
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Language English
Subjects Programming Mathematics
Tags Computer Science Software Development Math And Logic

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very interesting in 10 reviews

requires a lot of patience but overall very interesting and fun.

虽然不容易,但还是做到了。生活中逻辑很重要,希望大家来学。论坛中大家都很好,给了我很大帮助。 Very interesting subject matter.

Very interesting courseBut some parts are not just to technical but rather for technicians and not for persons looking more into the theoretical aspects I think the course makes a great job introducing you to a different mindset, the one that can help you through any kind of inference and mathematical thinking.

This subject was very interesting but was presented in a very discouraging manner.

I guess this course is very interesting if you have some knowledge of logic already, but otherwise it's too difficult.

perfect This has been a very interesting course, introducing the basic of logic reasoning.

probably a very interesting course, but the way of teaching looks very indigestible... no video and no real explanation or examples.

It was very interesting, but one should definitely have some math (or CS) experience beforehand, as from the very beginning one has to build formal logic proofs as a part of the quizes.

no video in 7 reviews

Almost no video and mostly some dry and limited reading material.

Pros:1.good contents 2.good exercises and interesting puzzles 3.good examplesCons:1.No video 2. need more examples impossible course, bad examples, exercises not in accordance with the material.

Is a course with no video really worth that much??

there is no videos, just texts... it's like to read a book, what's better than nothing Super recomendo o curso!

video lectures in 6 reviews

great After I signed up and started the class, I was disappointed to see that there are only 2 video lectures for the entire program.

Video Lectures will be appriciated.

So why not have video lectures to this course?

Also, there are no video lectures so be prepared to do a lot of reading.

Great introduction to logic.One thing I'd have appreciated to see is a set of accompanying recorded video lectures.

However, I'm very disappointed that there are no video lectures at all.

Ironically, I could find some old video lectures of this course on YouTube.

The difficulty of this course warrants video lectures to convey many concepts and techniques, such as the Fitch system.

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Rating 3.4 based on 121 ratings
Length 11 weeks
Effort 10 weeks of study, 4-8 hours/week
Starts Apr 1 (next week)
Cost $95
From Stanford University via Coursera
Instructor Michael Genesereth
Download Videos On all desktop and mobile devices
Language English
Subjects Programming Mathematics
Tags Computer Science Software Development Math And Logic

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