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Progress in Computer Science and Applied Logic. The vVorkshop on Feasible Mathematics was sponsored by the Mathematical Sciences Institute and was held at Cornell University, June 26-28, 1989.

Progress in Computer Science and Applied Logic. Feasible Mathematics. A Mathematical Sciences Institute Workshop, Ithaca, New York, June 1989. Authors: Buss, Samuel, Scott, . Show all. Table of contents (18 chapters).

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