This book gives a rigorous, physics focused, introduction to set theory that is geared towards natural science majors.
We present the science major with a robust introduction to set theory, focusing on the specific knowledge and skills that will unavoidably be needed in calculus topics and natural science topics in general, rather than taking a philosophical-math-fundamental oriented approach that is commonly found in set theory textbooks.
Dr. Pereyra pursued his undergraduate studies in Physics in Caracas at the Universidad Central de Venezuela, where he graduated in 1991. Following this, he studied Physics at University of Maryland at College Park where he obtained his MS and PhD in 1995 and 1997. Currently, Dr Pereyra is an Associate Professor in Astrophysics at the Physics and Astronomy Department of the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Dr Pereyra's research work has been largely in the development of computational models of physical systems. Currently, Dr Pereyra is working on the development of computational models of accretion disk winds in QSOs.