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An Introduction to Enumeration (Springer Undergraduate Mathematics)

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Written for students taking a second or third year undergraduate course in mathematics or computer science, this book is the ideal companion to a course in enumeration. Enumeration is a branch of combinatorics where the fundamental subject matter is numerous methods of pattern formation and counting. An Introduction to Enumeration provides a comprehensive and practical introduction to this subject giving a clear account of fundamental results and a thorough grounding in the use of powerful techniques and tools.

Two major themes run in parallel through the book,

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Including hundreds of worked examples and exercises with solutions, this volume focuses on the application of central mathematical topics such as linear algebra, group theory and complex analysis. Well designed diagrams and illustrations aid comprehension.

Synopsis:

Written for students taking a second or third year undergraduate course in mathematics or computer science, this book is the ideal companion to a course in enumeration. Enumeration is a branch of combinatorics where the fundamental subject matter is numerous methods of pattern formation and counting. Introduction to Enumeration provides a comprehensive and practical introduction to this subject giving a clear account of fundamental results and a thorough grounding in the use of powerful techniques and tools. Two major themes run in parallel through the book,

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"I have adopted your text "An introduction to enumeration" for my undergraduate combinatorics course. Overall, it is wonderful...I like how your book actually teaches something, beyond a loose tour

Table of Contents

What Is Enumeration?.- Generating Functions Count.- Working with Generating Functions.- Permutation Groups.- Matrices, Sequences and Sums.- Group Actions and Counting.- Exponential Generating Functions.- Graphs.- partitions and Paths.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780857295996
Author:
Camina, Alan
Publisher:
Springer
Author:
Lewis, Barry
Subject:
Counting
Subject:
Enumeration
Subject:
Generating functions
Subject:
Group actions
Subject:
Groups.
Subject:
Combinatorics
Subject:
Group Theory and Generalizations
Subject:
Group Theory and Generalizations <p>Includes over 350 worked examples and over 200 exercises with solutions </p><p>Focuses on the application of major mathematical topics including linear algebra, group theory and complex analysis </p><p>Strong emphasis o
Subject:
Mathematics-Group Theory
Subject:
Mathematics-Combinatorics
Copyright:
Edition Description:
2011
Series:
Springer Undergraduate Mathematics Series
Publication Date:
20110224
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
244
Dimensions:
235 x 155 mm

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"Synopsis" by , Including hundreds of worked examples and exercises with solutions, this volume focuses on the application of central mathematical topics such as linear algebra, group theory and complex analysis. Well designed diagrams and illustrations aid comprehension.
"Synopsis" by , Written for students taking a second or third year undergraduate course in mathematics or computer science, this book is the ideal companion to a course in enumeration. Enumeration is a branch of combinatorics where the fundamental subject matter is numerous methods of pattern formation and counting. Introduction to Enumeration provides a comprehensive and practical introduction to this subject giving a clear account of fundamental results and a thorough grounding in the use of powerful techniques and tools. Two major themes run in parallel through the book,
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