# A report on Mathematics, Computer science and Logic

Mathematics is essential in many fields, including natural sciences, engineering, medicine, finance, computer science and social sciences.

- MathematicsLogic is studied in and applied to various fields, such as philosophy, mathematics, computer science, and linguistics.

- LogicComputer science research also often intersects other disciplines, such as cognitive science, linguistics, mathematics, physics, biology, Earth science, statistics, philosophy, and logic.

- Computer scienceBefore this period, sets were not considered to be mathematical objects, and logic, although used for mathematical proofs, belonged to philosophy, and was not specifically studied by mathematicians.

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## Mathematical logic

0 linksMathematical logic is the study of formal logic within mathematics.

Computer scientists often focus on concrete programming languages and feasible computability, while researchers in mathematical logic often focus on computability as a theoretical concept and on noncomputability.

## Deductive reasoning

0 linksMental process of drawing deductive inferences.

Mental process of drawing deductive inferences.

Logic, on the other hand, focuses on the deductive relation of logical consequence between the premises and the conclusion or how people should draw inferences.

The semantic approach is also referred to as the model-theoretic approach since the branch of mathematics known as model theory is often used to interpret these sentences.

But the subject of deductive reasoning is also pertinent to the computer sciences, for example, in the creation of artificial intelligence.

## Epistemology

0 linksBranch of philosophy concerned with knowledge.

Branch of philosophy concerned with knowledge.

Epistemology is considered a major subfield of philosophy, along with other major subfields such as ethics, logic, and metaphysics.

Certain forms exempt disciplines such as mathematics and logic from these requirements.

Work in this area spans several academic fields, including philosophy, computer science, economics, and statistics.