Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science

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I. K. International Pvt Ltd, 2006 - Computer science - 472 pages
Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science explains the fundamental concepts in mathematics. It can be used by the students in computer science as an introduction to the underlying ideas of mathematics for computer science. It explains topics like mathematical logic, predicates, relations, functions, combinatorics, algebraic structures and graph theory. It would be useful for the students of B.Tech, BCA, & MCA.

Key Features:
  • Comprehensive discussion on logic, function, algebraic systems, recurrence relations and graph theory
  • Wide variety of exercises at all levels
  • Several worked out examples
 

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Contents

Mathematical Logic
1
2
20
Predicate Logic
30
Set Theory
61
1
80
3
108
4
125
5
144
Elementary Combinatorics
215
Recurrence Relations
256
Graph Theory
294
Application of Graph Theory
383
4
417
Solved Examples
428
Bibliography
434
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Algebraic Structures
156

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