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Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications (McGraw-Hill International Editions Mathematics Series)Authors: Hassan El-Hofy
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book: Discrete Mathematics and Its Applications (McGraw-Hill International
Editions Mathematics Series)Authors:
Hassan El-Hofy
Edition: 7th
Publishers: McGraw-Hill
ISBN-10:
0071167560
Pages: 832
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four editions of Rosen's book with much success with mathematics and computer
science students in discrete mathematics courses for over ten years. Discrete
mathematics should not be approached as a cookbook subject, and Rosen does not
take a cookbook approach to the material in his book. Students are not
spoonfed; they need to work carefully through the text. Rosen is very
successful in helping students learn to think mathematically. Students who are
serious about their study of discrete mathematics and computing will profit
greatly from working through many of the more than 650 well-chosen examples and
applications, ranging from easy to difficult. The new fourth edition has added
many new applications, including system specifications, Web searching, and the
reve's puzzle. The exercises (over 3000) are unequaled in any other discrete
mathematics textbook --- they range from elementary and routine to very
challenging. Answers to odd-numbered problems are in the back of the book. The
new accompanying Web site includes over 250 additional exercises with answers;
its many features are certainly worth exploring. A very student-friendly
Student Solutions Guide provides detailed solutions to the odd-numbered
exercises with much additional information on the material and how to approach
it. Especially noteworthy is a companion paperback, "Applications of
Discrete Mathematics" (McGraw-Hill, 1991) edited by J. Michaels and K.
Rosen, consisting of 24 chapters, each devoted to an interesting application of
discrete mathematics and well-suited to either classroom coverage or individual
reading; some examples are bin packing, coding theory, Catalan numbers,
legislative apportionment, network survivability, graph multicoloring.
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