**Topics in Discrete Mathematics**

by A.F. Pixley

**Publisher**: Harvey Mudd College 2010**Number of pages**: 173

**Description**:

This text is intended as an introduction to a selection of topics in discrete mathematics: Combinatorics; The Integers; The Discrete Calculus; Order and Algebra; Finite State Machines. The prerequisites include linear algebra and elementary computer programming.

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