DISCRETE STRUCTURES FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE EBOOK
Title Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science; Author(s) Jean H. Gallier ); Hardcover/Paperback pages; eBook PDF, PostScript, and other formats. Using Discrete Mathematics in Computer Science CHAPTER 2. Formal Logic. Introduction to Propositional Logic Formulas digital circuits - discrete probability - model checking - network routing - program Chapters 1 and 8 of Mathematics for Computer Science by.
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Editorial Reviews. Review. From the reviews: "Pace's Mathematics of Discrete Structures for Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Science & Math. Applied Discrete Structures. (2 reviews). Alan Doerr, University of Massachusetts Lowell. Kenneth Levasseur, University of Massachusetts Lowell. Pub Date. This clearly written textbook presents an accessible introduction to discrete mathematics for computer science students.
He has considerable experience teaching courses on the topic of his book to undergraduates in Computer Science, Mathematics and Engineering.
His research interests include formal methods for software and hardware, runtime verification and formal analysis of contracts. The book includes many helpful worked examples.
Summing Up: Recommended. Cull, Choice, Vol. Therefore, a textbook for this area is always very useful.
It is also very helpful that many exercises are included into the text and support the learning process. As such, the book is suitable for students who understand algebra and can program.
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Therefore a corresponding curriculum typically requires at least a basic course on this subject. Besides a thorough formal presentation the book always gives a convincing motivation for studying the corresponding structures and explains the main ideas using illustrations.
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USD online orders only, e-mail: For GBP online orders, e-mail: For more detailed ordering information, see: Add to Cart. The essential introduction to discrete mathematics Features thirty-one short chapters, each suitable for a single class lesson Includes more than exercises Almost every formula and theorem proved in full Breadth of content makes the book adaptable to a variety of courses Each chapter includes a concise summary Solutions manual available to instructors Harry Lewis is Gordon McKay Professor of Computer Science and former dean of Harvard College at Harvard University.
More about this book. Chapter 1 [PDF]. Williamson, Cornell University.
Lewis and Zax have produced a remarkably comprehensive guide to the world of discrete mathematics—a guide that will be invaluable for any student of computer science. Their book presents a rigorous treatment of the important results, but it also goes beyond that by discussing the big picture behind the key ideas. Their explanations are at the perfect level for anyone with little background in mathematical proofs, making it ideal as a textbook or as supplementary reading.
Blanco, Indiana University. Harry Lewis.
Lewis and Zax have produced a remarkably comprehensive guide to the world of discrete mathematics—a guide that will be invaluable for any student of computer science.
Foundations of Computation, Second Edition Post date: 28 Oct A free textbook for a one-semester course in theoretical computer science. About the Authors Jean H.
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