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Facts and Fictions
Computer Logic and Novel Ideas
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Published 2009 by Charles Matthew Sauer in www.blurb.com .

About the Book

"Facts and Fictions: Computer Logic and Novel Ideas" is a non-fiction about the symbolic logic of computer software languages and fictional stories. It is a book that oddly demonstrates and attempts to decipher a few peculiar facts: We inaccurately predict the future all of the time; Our computers process languages, yet our computers are not metaphysical entities, in terms of our current set of definitions and rules; Our imagination works within a three dimensional framework, but also functions with a non-linear view of the past, present, and future. This means that our imagination works with more than four dimensions, much like an animated computer video game. This book delves into the very practical, yet mysterious area of symbolic logic.

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Open Library
OL23999138M
ISBN 10
0-9825269-2-7
ISBN 13
978-0-9825269-2-7

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