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Schaum's Outline of Set Theory and Related Topics
This will be a revision of the first edition published in 1964 and will introduce current topics such as Turning Machines and Computable Functions. Some outdated chapters on sets relating to new math will be removed. Problems will be improved in the Ordinals, Cardinals, and Transfinite Induction chapters.
Paperback, 240 pages
Published July 22nd 1998 by McGraw-Hill
(first published 1964)
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Really clear introduction to set theory, with exercices and answers. A lot of subjects are explained: set theory, lattices and their connections with boolean algebras. However the book suffers from several shortcomings: a lot of typo or errors are contained in the answers and they are either relatively easy or too hard (proving a theorem without any guidances). ZFC axioms are not introduced but this is fine for an introduction. Nonetheless a good introduction for those who don't major in math be ...more