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Handbook of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics (2000)

by Kenneth H. Rosen

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0849301491, Hardcover)

The importance of discrete mathematics has increased dramatically within the last few years but until now, it has been difficult-if not impossible-to find a single reference book that effectively covers the subject. To fill that void, The Handbook of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics presents a comprehensive collection of ready reference material for all of the important areas of discrete mathematics, including those essential to its applications in computer science and engineering. Its topics include:
Logic and foundations
Counting
Number theory
Abstract and linear algebra
Probability
Graph theory
Networks and optimization
Cryptography and coding
Combinatorial designs
The author presents the material in a simple, uniform way, and emphasizes what is useful and practical. For easy reference, he incorporates into the text:
Many glossaries of important terms
Lists of important theorems and formulas
Numerous examples that illustrate terms and concepts
Helpful descriptions of algorithms
Summary tables
Citations of Web pages that supplement the text
If you have ever had to find information from discrete mathematics in your work-or just out of curiosity-you probably had to search through a variety of books to find it. Never again. The Handbook of Discrete Mathematics is now available and has virtually everything you need-everything important to both theory and practice.

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