Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
by Jean Gallier
Publisher: arXiv 2008
Number of pages: 255
These are notes on discrete mathematics for computer scientists. The presentation is somewhat unconventional. I emphasize partial functions more than usual (after all, programs may not terminate for all input) and I provide a fairly complete account of the basic concepts of graph theory.
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