Eksperymenty komputerowe w matematyce

Filozofia Nauki 3 (1996)

Abstract

The author analyses ways of employment of computers in mathematics. In particular, the role of computers in the theory of fractals is considered. The author advocates the view that use of computers do not change character of mathematics - which is a deductive, not experimental science

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