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Douglas R. Hofstadter - Godel, Escher, Bach, an eternal golden braid

简介 · · · · · ·   这是一本空前的奇书,也是一本杰出的科学普及名著,它以精心设计的巧妙笔法深入浅出地介绍了数理逻辑、可计算理论、人工智能等学科领域中的许多艰深理论,轻松、幽默、流畅的文字隐藏着大量的潜台词,它们前后照应、互相联系,交织成一个复杂、无形的网络,读者看不见它,但可以嗅出它的气味,并觉察到这是作者有意喷洒的。作者希望借此引起读者的兴趣,从而在反复玩味中体会出那些潜台词来,真正触及本书的精华。
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muddy12345 中文名称集异璧,确实是奇书!英文的也要好好看看才行,翻译过来的看着不给力啊
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