Title

Logic Puzzle

Date of Award

Spring 2002

Document Type

Thesis

Department

Mathematics, Engineering & Computer Science

First Advisor

Mark Parker

Second Advisor

Steve Harper

Third Advisor

Richard Lambert

Abstract

Logic is a fundamental part of mathematic and computer science since it is the basis of mathematical proof and computer programming. In order to help students gain a better understanding of logic, I have implemented a computer version of Logic Puzzle which was created by Non Ishida in 1988. My thesis explores the rules of Logic Puzzle, some of the mathematics involved, and the computer code I have written.

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