Discrete Mathematical Structures, 5th Edition. Bernard Kolman, Drexel University. Robert C. Busby, Drexel University. Sharon Cutler Ross, Georgia Perimeter. Documents Similar To Discrete Mathematical Discrete Mathematical Structures with Applications to Computer Science by J.P. Discrete Mathematical Structures 4th Edition. Kolman, Busby, Ross. © by Prentice-Hall, Inc. ISBN Part 1. Fundamentals. Sets. a collection .
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Combining a careful selection of topics with previews of their genuine applications in computer science, this text, more than any other book in its field, is written at an elementary level with a strong pedagogical focus. It limits its area and coverage of topics to those that students will actually utilize, and emphasizes both basic theory and msthematics, giving a firm foundation for more advanced courses, as well as providing an excellent reference work for those courses.
Discrette for students multiple representations of concepts providing more practice in proof-reading and -writing skills. Provides students with opportunities for didcrete and discovery, as well as for writing and for working in groups. Helps students focus on fundamental concepts without becoming bogged down in special cases, weakly-motivated examples, and applications.
Enables instructors to sharpen their focus on key ideas and concepts. Introduces students to each new idea in the context of previously learned dixcrete, allowing them to fully understand what is being presented to them. Propositions and Logical Operations. Product Sets and Partitions. Paths in Relations and Digraphs. Computer Representation of Relations and Digraphs.
Transitive Closure and Warshall’s Algorithm. Functions for Computer Science. Extremal Elements of Partially Ordered Sets.
Functions on Boolean Algebras. Euler Paths and Circuits. Hamiltonian Paths and Circuits. Products and Quotients of Semigroups. Products and Quotients of Groups. Representations of Special Grammars and Languages. bisby
Semigroups, Machines, and Languages. Machines and Regular Languages. Coding of Binary Information and Error Detection. Decoding and Error Correction.
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Overview Busbby Contents Order Overview. NEW – Brief sketches of mathematical history open each chapter. Vignettes provide these students with a kolmaj background of how these ideas were developed. NEW – Additional number theory —Provides more information on the properties of integers, including base n representations; and gives more contexts for isomorphism.
Gives students further understanding for future study. Presents for students the basic ideas of this fun field. NEW – Expanded coverage of coding —Covers all of its aspects, including efficiency, effectiveness, and security.
Provides students with full picture of coding. NEW – Chapter review questions —Provided at the end of each chapter. Concise, well-written text —Remains the briefest text on the market; devoid of excessive technical jargon and abstraction. Development of mathematical thinking skills ciscrete the text for use in a bridge course and lays foundation for mathematical thinking in upper-division courses. Helps students develop the skills of building mathematical models through mathemattics.
No calculus —Assumes only a limited background in mathematics. Offers students a level of rigor appropriate for beginners or non-math majors. Organization of text around the concept of relation —Treats relations and digraphs as two aspects of the same basic mathematical idea.
Clear organization of topics —Minimizes the difficulties of being overwhelmed by too many definitions and theory abstraction by treating relations and digraphs as two aspects of the same fundamental idea, mwthematics is then used as the basis of virtually all the concepts introduced in the book.
Focus on topics used in computer science —Limits coverage of abstract algebra and gives applications for finite state machines, error detecting and correcting mathematifs.
Gives students valuable information for future computer science careers. Instructor’s Solutions Manual and Companion Website.
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Provides instructors and students with valuable course support. New to This Edition. Brief sketches of mathematical history open each chapter. Additional number theory —Provides more information on the properties of integers, including base n representations; and gives more contexts for isomorphism.
Cryptology theme —Begins in Chapter 1, and is then explored throughout the book, ending with Section Expanded coverage of coding —Covers all of its aspects, including efficiency, effectiveness, and security. Additional student projects —Included for weighted voting systems, Petri nets, and Catalan numbers.
Chapter review questions —Provided at the end of each chapter.
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