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CSE364: Symbolic and Constructive Mathematical Logic. Fall 2013. Class Notes.. Peter Smith, John Harrington, Patrick Suppes, Harold J. Williams, Claude. Automata and Computability. . A Design and Analysis of a Memory. John Lambert Computability and Automata. These are my lecture notes from CS374: Automata and Algorithms. Homework 11 -- Homework 12 -- Solutions to Selected Exercises. The following solution was submitted by Matt Fox, a graduate student at Stanford University. It was included in the solution booklet that was distributed in the course, but it was attached to this poster here. Homework solutions have been compiled by students who have completed the automata and computability sequence. The solutions are to be posted anonymously in this public forum. Solutions to all assignments in the course can be found in the Student Workbook ( Each solution was edited by the corresponding author to ensure the solution is correct. Author names, class year, and department are removed from the solutions. The solutions are posted in reverse chronological order with the earliest post listed first, and the most recent first. Solutions should include a listing of the hardware used to perform the calculation (e.g., a laptop running Windows or a general purpose desktop running Linux), steps of the calculation (e.g., 0p/10p), and the correct value for the answer(s). It is permissible to omit aspects of the solution as long as it is clear how the solution was constructed. A: Graham Knuth, a student at Notre Dame, has written an automated proof checker for (finitary) propositional and first-order logic. It checks that the structure of the formulas is what you'd expect, and that all axioms have been proved and no extra axioms have been introduced. The code is available on his website under "soft" at Slides of the lecture can be found here. (I think it's hilarious that the slides of the lecture don't appear to support what Knuth says.) Sara Eder Sara Eder (15 March 1937 – 3 December 2010) was a Brazilian actress. She appeared in some 60 films between 1956 and 2006. She starred in the 2007 film

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