By Daniel A. Marcus
This ebook teaches the artwork of enumeration, or counting, by way of prime the reader via a sequence of conscientiously selected difficulties which are prepared strategically to introduce recommendations in a logical order and in a provocative means. it truly is equipped in 8 sections, the 1st 4 of which disguise the elemental combinatorial entities of strings, mixtures, distributions, and walls. The final 4 disguise the targeted counting equipment of inclusion and exclusion, recurrence family members, producing capabilities, and the equipment of Pуlya and Redfield that may be characterised as "counting modulo symmetry. the original layout combines gains of a standard textbook with these of an issue booklet. the subject material is gifted via a chain of roughly 250 difficulties, with connecting textual content the place applicable, and is supplemented by means of nearly two hundred extra difficulties for homework assignments. Many functions to chance are integrated in the course of the publication. whereas meant essentially to be used because the textual content for a college-level direction taken via arithmetic, machine technology, and engineering scholars, the e-book is appropriate in addition for a basic schooling path at a great liberal arts collage, or for self examine.
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