Discrete Mathematics by Norman Biggs

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The revised third edition of the book presents the text within the purview of the course requirements in the classical style followed by the schaum's outlines. Besides the strong refreshed pedagogical features all topics have been explained with a brief theoretical account to strengthen the understanding of discrete mathematics.salient featuresfull coverage to important topics like set theory, relation and functions, graphs, trees.inclusion of important topics like lagrange's theorem, euler path, nested quantifiers, rules of inference.gradation of problems as per the level of difficulty.table of contents1. Set theory2. Relations3. Functions and algorithms4. Logic and propositional calculus5. Vectors and matrices6. Counting7. Probability theory8. Graph theory9. Directed graphs10. Binary trees11. Properties of the integers12. Algebraic systems13. Ordered sets and lattices14. Boolean algebra15. Recurrence relations
 

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Published January 1, 2003 by TBS.
Genres: Science & Math.