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Discrete Mathematical Structures

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Discrete Mathematical Structures

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Text cum Help Book has been prepared on the basis of the syllabus in Discrete Mathematical Structures for all Indian Universities and Professional Technical Institutions like the Institution of Electronics and Tele-communication Engineers (India). The students of B.Tech. / B.E. (CSE), M.C.A./B.C.A., M.Sc. /M.Tech., A.M.I.E.T.E. (Computer Science Stream) will find the most suitable Text and Reference. The topics covered are : Set Theory, Mathematical Logic, Counting Techniques, Functions, Relations, Lattice Theory, Graph Theory, Grammar and Basic algebraic structures have been explained in a lucid manner. Suitable and most popular examples based on the concerned article have also been explained with suitable structure. The book is designed as a self-contained, comprehensive classroom text. Each topic is treated in a systematic and logical manner. The scope and depth of coverage is strictly according to the prescribed syllabus of all Indian Universities. Keeping in view that Mathematical learning is a gradual process and the same ground must often be tried upon several times before understanding occurs. I have sometimes not hesitated in repeating certain arguments. This is necessary in Mathematics, since Mathematics is the music of all sciences and Discrete Maths in particular is the Bach. of Mathematics.



Table of Contents

  1. Elements of Set Theory
  2. Counting Principles
  3. Mathematical Logic
  4. Relations
  5. Functions
  6. Lattice Theory
  7. Boolean Algebras
  8. Applications of Boolean Algebra
  9. Elements of Graph Theory
  10. Grammars and Languages
  11. Basic Algebraic Systems
  • Index
Additional Information

Additional Information

Author Dr. S.K. Yadav
Edition 2016
ISBN NO. 81-7684-145-5
Binding Paper Back
Number of Pages 420
Size 6.5 × 9.5 inch

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