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Introduction to mutually-inversistic discrete mathematics
Published: 04 July 2010 by MDPI in The 4th International Conference on the Foundations of Information Science session FIS 2010
Abstract: Mutually-inversistic discrete mathematics is constructed by the author, including mutually-inversistic logic, set theory, analytic geometry, calculus, abstract algebra, universal matrix, covering all branches of mathematics, including foundations of mathematics, geometry, analysis, algebra. Unlike conventional discrete mathematics, which put together the branches of mathematics needed by computer science, not interrelated to one another, the branches of mutually-inversistic discrete mathematics are interrelated to one another, and they have many applications in information sciences.
Keywords: the basis of a new science of information, discrete mathematics, mutual-inversism, mutually-inversistic discrete mathematics