Handbook of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics – Kenneth Rosen – 2nd Edition


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Table of Content

Logic and foundations
Number theory
Abstract and linear algebra
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

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