Natural deduction is a proof calculus used in logic and proof theory, which expresses logical reasoning through inference rules that are closely related to the natural way of thinking. It contrasts with Hilbert-style systems, which use axioms to express deductive reasoning laws.

Carnegie Mellon University

Fall 2021

This undergraduate course introduces students to constructive logics such as intuitionistic and linear logic, focusing on their use in computer science. The goal is to understand the distinction between classical and constructive logic, define logical connectives, implement theorem provers, and explore computational interpretations of logics. Concepts covered include natural deduction, sequent calculus, logic programming, linear logic, and many more.

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Fall 2022

CS 157 provides a rigorous introduction to Logic from a computational viewpoint. The course mainly deals with encoding information as logical sentences and reasoning methods for this information. It gives an overview of logic technology and its applications. Topics range from propositional logic, relational logic, functional logic to various deduction techniques and mathematical induction.

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