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Discrete mathematics for computer scientists

Clifford Stein

Discrete mathematics for computer scientists

by Clifford Stein

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Published by Pearson/Addison-Wesley in Boston, Mass .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 477-478) and index.

StatementClifford Stein, Robert L. Drysdale, Kenneth Bogart
ContributionsDrysdale, Robert L., 1951-, Bogart, Kenneth P.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQA76.9.M35 B64 2011
The Physical Object
Paginationxxviii, 495 p. :
Number of Pages495
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24422168M
ISBN 100132122715
ISBN 109780132122719
LC Control Number2010003760
OCLC/WorldCa457156518

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Books shelved as discrete-math: Concrete Mathematics: A Foundation for Computer Science by Ronald L. Graham, Discrete Mathematics with Applications by Su. This is the revised edition of [1]. It is intended for use in a first course in discrete mathematics in an undergraduate computer science and mathematics curriculum. The length of the book is just right for the topics. The physical form and writing style of the book are significant. The text is illustrated with many figures and tables.

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