About the Book :
Discrete Mathematics: Theory and Applications (Revised Edition) offers a refreshing alternative for the undergraduate Discrete Mathematics course. In this revised text, the authors, Dr. Malik and Dr. Sen, employ a classroom-tested, student-focused approach that is conducive to effective learning. Each chapter motivates students through the use of real-world, concrete examples. Ample exercise sets provide alternative practice to allow students to apply what they learn, while programming exercises in each chapter allow opportunities for computer science application. This text is a true blend of theory and applications.
Foundations: Sets, Logic, and Algorithms.
2. Integers and Mathematical Induction.
3. Relations and Posets.
4 Matrices and Closures of Relations.
7. Counting Principles.
8. Discrete Probability.
9. Recurrence Relations.
10. Algorithms and Time Complexity.
11 Graph Theory.
12. Trees and Networks.
13. Boolean Algebra and Combinatorial Circuits.
14. Finite Automata and Languages.