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

The importance of discrete has increased dramatically within the last few years but until now, it has been difficult-if not impossible-to find a single reference that effectively covers the subject. To fill that void, The Handbook of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics presents a comprehensive collection of ready reference for all of the important areas of , including those essential to its applications in computer science and engineering.

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.

  • Logic and foundations
  • Counting
  • Number theory
  • Abstract and linear
  • 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
Title: Handbook of Discrete and Combinatorial Mathematics
Author: Kenneth H. Rosen / and Michaels/ John G.
Edition: 2nd Edition
ISBN: 0849301491 | 9780849301490
Type: eBook
Language: English
Discrete Math

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