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Discrete mathematics and its applications with combinatorics and graph theory

By: Rosen, Kenneth H.
Publisher: New Delhi Tata Mcgraw Hill Education Private Limited 2013Edition: 7th ed.Description: Various pages.ISBN: 9780070681880.Subject(s): Computer science - Mathematics | MathematicsDDC classification: 511.1 Summary: The book lays emphasis on mathematical reasoning, combinatorial analysis, algorithmic thinking, and applications and modeling. One of the most accepted books in use, it gives a presentation of the subject in great depth. The text is strengthened with illustrations of variety of real-world applications from different arenas and a host of pedagogical tools which makes it easy to comprehend. Features: ▪ Pseudocodes used to illustrate the algorithm implementation. ▪ Utility of subject-related concepts demonstrated through various real-world applications. ▪ Precise mathematical language used without excessive formalism and abstraction. ▪ Minimal dependence between chapters for flexible use by instructors and students. ▪ Enhanced pedagogical features:. ▪ Over 800 Solved Examples. ▪ Over 3100 Section-end Exercise Problems (Graded). ▪ Over 230 Review Questions. ▪ Around 500 Supplementary Exercises (Graded). ▪ 164 Computer Projects. ▪ 101 Computations and Explorations. ▪ 146 Writing Projects. (http://www.tmhshop.com/discrete-mathematics-and-its-applications)
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The book lays emphasis on mathematical reasoning, combinatorial analysis, algorithmic thinking, and applications and modeling. One of the most accepted books in use, it gives a presentation of the subject in great depth. The text is strengthened with illustrations of variety of real-world applications from different arenas and a host of pedagogical tools which makes it easy to comprehend.
Features:
▪ Pseudocodes used to illustrate the algorithm implementation.
▪ Utility of subject-related concepts demonstrated through various real-world applications.
▪ Precise mathematical language used without excessive formalism and abstraction.
▪ Minimal dependence between chapters for flexible use by instructors and students.
▪ Enhanced pedagogical features:.
▪ Over 800 Solved Examples.
▪ Over 3100 Section-end Exercise Problems (Graded).
▪ Over 230 Review Questions.
▪ Around 500 Supplementary Exercises (Graded).
▪ 164 Computer Projects.
▪ 101 Computations and Explorations.
▪ 146 Writing Projects.
(http://www.tmhshop.com/discrete-mathematics-and-its-applications)

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