By Kenneth H. Rosen
[This textual content] is suitable for a one- or two-term introductory discrete arithmetic direction to be taken by means of scholars in a wide selection of majors, together with desktop technology, arithmetic, and engineering. university Algebra is the single specific prerequisite.-Pref. the rules: common sense and facts, units, and capabilities : good judgment ; Propositional equivalences ; Predicates and quantifiers ; Nested quantifiers ; tools of evidence ; units ; Set operations ; features -- the basics: algorithms, the integers, and matrices : Algorithms ; the expansion of services ; Complexity of algorithms ; The integers and department ; functions of quantity concept ; Matrices -- Mathematical reasoning, induction, and recursion : facts process ; Sequences and summations ; Mathematical induction ; Recursive definitions and structural induction ; Recursive algorithms ; application correctness -- Counting : the fundamentals of counting ; The pigeonhole precept ; diversifications and mixtures ; Binomial coefficients ; Generalized variations and combos ; producing diversifications and combos -- Discrete chance : An advent to discrete chance ; likelihood idea ; anticipated worth and variance -- complicated counting thoughts : Recurrence family ; fixing recurrence relatives ; Divide-and-conquer algorithms and recurrence family members ; producing features ; Inclusion-exclusion ; functions of inclusion-exclusion -- kin : kinfolk and their houses ; n-ary family members and their functions ; Representing family members ; Closures of relatives ; Equivalence family ; Partial orderings -- Graphs : advent to graphs ; Graph terminology ; Representing graphs and graph isomorphism ; Connectivity ; Euler and Hamilton paths ; Shortest-path difficulties ; Planar graphs ; Graph coloring -- bushes : creation to bushes ; purposes of bushes ; Tree traversal ; Spanning timber ; minimal spanning bushes -- Boolean algebra : Boolean features ; Representing Boolean features ; common sense gates ; Minimization of circuits -- Modeling computation : Languages and grammars ; Finite-state machines with output ; Finite-state machines with out output ; Language popularity ; Turing machines -- Appendixes : A.1. Exponential and logarithmic features ; A.2. Pseudocode
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Discrete Mathematics and its Applications, Fifth Edition by Kenneth H. Rosen