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# Combinatorics

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**Combinatorics Through Guided Discovery**

by **Kenneth P. Bogart** - **Dartmouth College** , **2004**

This is an introduction to combinatorial mathematics, also known as combinatorics. The book focuses especially but not exclusively on the part of combinatorics that mathematicians refer to as 'counting'. The book consists almost entirely of problems.

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**Discrepancy Theory**

by **William Chen** - **Macquarie University** , **2012**

Contents: Uniform Distribution; Classical Discrepancy Problem; Generalization of the Problem; Introduction to Lower Bounds; Introduction to Upper Bounds; Fourier Transform Techniques; Upper Bounds in the Classical Problem; Disc Segment Problem; etc.

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**Applied Combinatorics**

by **Mitchel T. Keller, William T. Trotter** - **Georgia Institute of Technology** , **2013**

The purpose of the course is to give students a broad exposure to combinatorial mathematics, using applications to emphasize fundamental concepts and techniques. Our approach to the course is to show students the beauty of combinatorics.

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**Topics in Algebraic Combinatorics**

by **Richard P. Stanley** - **MIT** , **2013**

Contents: Walks in graphs; Cubes and the Radon transform; Random walks; The Sperner property; Group actions on boolean algebras; Young diagrams and q-binomial coefficients; Enumeration under group action; A glimpse of Young tableaux; etc.

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**Notes on Combinatorics**

by **Peter J. Cameron** - **Queen Mary, University of London** , **2007**

Contents: Subsets and binomial coefficients; Selections and arrangements; Power series; Recurrence relations; Partitions and permutations; The Principle of Inclusion and Exclusion; Families of sets; Systems of distinct representatives; etc.

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**Matroid Decomposition**

by **Klaus Truemper** - **Leibniz** , **1998**

Matroids were introduced in 1935 as an abstract generalization of graphs and matrices. Matroid decomposition covers the area of the theory dealing with decomposition and composition of matroids. The exposition is clear and simple.

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**Combinatorial Geometry with Application to Field Theory**

by **Linfan Mao** - **InfoQuest** , **2009**

Topics covered in this book include fundamental of mathematical combinatorics, differential Smarandache n-manifolds, combinatorial or differentiable manifolds and submanifolds, Lie multi-groups, combinatorial principal fiber bundles, etc.

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**New Perspectives in Algebraic Combinatorics**

by **Louis J. Billera, at al.** - **Cambridge University Press** , **1999**

The rich combinatorial problems arising from the study of various algebraic structures are the subject of the book. It will present the state of the art to graduate students and researchers in combinatorics as well as algebra, geometry, and topology.

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**Applied Combinatorics**

by **S. E. Payne** - **University of Colorado** , **2003**

These notes deal with enumerative combinatorics. The author included some traditional material and some truly nontrivial material, albeit with a treatment that makes it accessible to the student. He derives a variety of techniques for counting.

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**Analytic Combinatorics**

by **Philippe Flajolet, Robert Sedgewick** - **Cambridge University Press** , **2008**

Deals with the the analysis of discrete structures, that emerged over the past years as an essential tool in the understanding of computer programs and models with applications in science. The text contains examples and exercises.

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**Combinatorial Algorithms**

by **Albert Nijenhuis, Herbert S. Wilf** - **Academic Press Inc** , **1978**

This is a collection of mathematical algorithms with many new and interesting examples in this second edition. The authors tried to place in the reader's hands a kit of building blocks with which the reader can construct more elaborate structures.

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