Discrete Mathematical Structures: Theory and Applications

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Teaches students the mathematical foundations of computer science, including logic, Boolean algebra, basic graph theory, finite state machines, grammars and algorithms, and helps them understand mathematical reasoning for reading, comprehension and construction of mathematical arguments.

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Jan 27, 2009

Incredibly Straightforward

This book is extremely straightforward and has helped me to think in a new and logical way! It introduces the reader to a logical approach to solving problems and also teaches different, short-hand ways of writing problems. The book is also useful in helping the user to learn how to approach computer programming. The exercises in the book help the user to understand everything that is taught.

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