Discrete MathematicsFocused on helping readers understand and construct proofs – and, generally, expanding their mathematical maturity – this bestseller is an accessible introduction to discrete mathematics. Takes an algorithmic approach that emphasizes problemsolving techniques. Expands discussion on how to construct proofs and treatment of problem solving. Increases number of examples and exercises throughout. 
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User Review  sloDavid  LibraryThingWhy is this book so tall? Good grief, it's like a notebook. I guess it's easier to fit into one's backpack though. Introduces all the basic concepts of the "science" of computer science. Logic ... Read full review
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Contents
Sets and Logic  1 
Proofs  66 
This section can be omitted without loss of continuity  117 
Copyright  
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Discrete Algorithmic Mathematics, Third Edition Stephen B. Maurer,Anthony Ralston No preview available  2005 