Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications – Kenneth H. Rosen – 6th Edition


The sixth edition is a major revision, with changes based on input from more than 40 formal reviewers, feedback from students and instructors, and author insights. The result is a new edition that offers an improved of topics making the a more effective teaching tool.

Substantial enhancements to the material devoted to , , number theory, and graph theory make this book more flexible and comprehensive. Numerous changes in the sixth edition have been designed to help students more easily learn the material. Additional explanations and examples have been added to clarify material where students often have difficulty.

New exercises, both routine and challenging, have been added. Highly relevant applications, many related to the Internet, to computer , and to mathematical biology, have been added. The companion website has benefited from extensive activity and now provides tools students can use to master key concepts and explore the world of discrete mathematics, and many new tools under will be released in the year following publication of this book.

Table of Content

1 The Foundations: Logic and Proofs
2 Basic Structures: Sets, Functions, Sequences and Sums
3 The Fundamentals: Algorithms, the Integers, and Matrices
4 Induction and Recursion
5 Counting
6 Discrete Probability
7 Advanced Counting Techniques
8 Relations
9 Graphs
10 Trees
11 Boolean Algebra
12 Modeling Computation

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