Elements of discrete mathematics (Computer Science 51 ) by Liu C. L.

By Liu C. L.

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three new chapters, particularly, bankruptcy 2: Computability and Formal Languages,
Chapter 7: Finite kingdom Machines, and bankruptcy eight: research of Algorithms, to boot
as numerous new sections on discrete chance, asymptotic habit of services,
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