Delmar Cengage Learning
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Discrete Mathematics is designed to serve as a textbook for a single-semester undergraduate course on the discrete and combinatorial mathematics. Beginning with a a lucid introduction to logic and set theory, the book goes on to cover matrix algebra, algebraic systems, coding theory, lattices and Boolean algebra, parts, and discrete probability A comprehensive chapter dedicated to graph theory makes it a complete undergraduate text on discrete mathematical structures.
Written in an easy-to-understand manner, the book includes a large number of solved examples which illustrate problem-solving methodology. It contains an extensive set of exercises. Both solved and unsolved problems show a good gradation of difficulty levels. A summary at the end of each chapter reviews the key concepts discussed.
A comprehensive chapter on graph theory, with over 200 illustrations to aid understanding
A large number of solved examples that illustrate fundamental concepts
A extensive set of exercises uniquely presented at the end of each section
Table Of Contents
2. Fundamental Structure
6. Matrix Algebra
7. Algebraic Systems
8. Coding Theory
9. Lattices and Boolean Algebra
10. Formal Languages
11. Discrete Probability