Definition of mathematical logic in English:

mathematical logic

noun

mass noun
  • Logic that is mathematical in its method, manipulating symbols according to definite and explicit rules of derivation; symbolic logic.

    • ‘He began to study mathematical logic and the theory of algorithms just before 1940.’
    • ‘He continued studying mathematical logic and made important contributions to it.’
    • ‘Not only does this paper provide a mathematically rigorous articulation of several ideas that had been developing in earlier mathematical logic, it also presents foundations on which later logic could be built.’
    • ‘She published papers on mathematical logic, recursive function theory, and theoretical computer science.’
    • ‘He wanted to learn about groups, rings and fields, the foundations of mathematics and mathematical logic.’
    • ‘There he began to get more involved in the study of mathematical logic.’
    • ‘In formal mathematical logic, one makes frequent use of the existential and universal quantifiers.’
    • ‘He worked on mathematical logic, in particular ordinal numbers, recursive arithmetic, analysis, and the philosophy of mathematics.’
    • ‘He then extended his father's work on associative algebras and worked on mathematical logic and set theory.’
    • ‘His work is of major importance in mathematical logic, recursion theory and in theoretical computer science.’
    • ‘Inexorable mathematical logic forces the next step.’
    • ‘The actual implementation and mathematical logic behind backing up predicates is beyond the scope of this paper.’
    • ‘Her work in mathematical logic was important in the development of the subject in Soviet Union.’
    • ‘During this period at Cambridge, Wittgenstein continued to work on the foundations of mathematics and also on mathematical logic.’
    • ‘Mathematics and mathematical logic provide at least one important and, possibly simple, case.’
    • ‘They are the basis of mathematical logic, which in turn gives rise to Boolean algebra.’
    • ‘At this stage he was working on mathematical logic but things were not going well.’
    • ‘Modern arguments are extremely technical, involving microbiology and mathematical logic.’
    • ‘His revolutionary new logic was the origin of modern mathematical logic - a field of import not only to abstract mathematics, but also to computer science and philosophy.’
    • ‘Her doctoral thesis was on mathematical logic.’