This section contains material for the Computability course. For a general description and more information about the course, please refer to the corresponding web page.
In the description of the topics discussed during the the lessons, you'll find references to the official textbook in the form §chapter.paragraph.subparagraph
Lessons will start on Oct 4 and will be held in presence, room Luf1 - link on Gmaps. For helping students who did not yet make it to reach Padua some material (mostly, lessons recordings and other online material) will be made available.
Note: On Monday Oct 3, 8:30-10:30, the lesson is replaced by the "Welcome meeting", in presence in room Luf1 and on zoom at the following [link].
The course has a tutoring activity, aimed at helping students who have difficulties, proposing exercises, discussing themes of interest. The tutor is Riccardo Borsetto (email: email@example.com). Details about the activity can be found on the corresponding Fiup Group.
Some unofficial notes for the course can be found at the following link (the PDF file will be updated regularly). They are sketchy notes, produced with the help of some students. They can contain errors or inaccuracies (in case you find some, please report them). They are intended as a support for students for understanding what have been discussed in the lessons. They do not replace the official book (Nigel Cutland ``Computability. An Introduction to Recursive Function Theory''), on which they are heavily based.