Models, Algebras and Logic of Engineering Software
Manfred Broy, Markus Pizka
IOS Press, 2003 - Computers - 403 pages
This volume focuses on the education of researchers, teachers, students and practitioners. As usual in engineering, a study and application of the relevant branches of mathematics is crucial both in education and practice.
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