This book contains fundamental concepts on discrete mathematical structures in an easy to understand style so that the reader can grasp the contents and explanation easily. The concepts of discrete mathematical structures have application to computer science, engineering and information technology including in coding techniques, switching circuits, pointers and linked allocation, error corrections, as well as in data networking, Chemistry, Biology and many other scientific areas. The book is for undergraduate and graduate levels learners and educators associated with various courses and progammes in Mathematics, Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology. The book should serve as a text and reference guide to many undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by many institutions including colleges and universities. Readers will find solved examples and end of chapter exercises to enhance reader comprehension.
1. Logic and Proofs. 2. Combinatorics. 3. Graphs. 4. Algebraic Structures. 5. Lattices and Boolean Algebra.
This series is intended for mathematicians, engineers, and other scientists in a broad sense, and aims to cover new developments and advances in mathematics, as well as it's applications related to industrial and manufacturing engineering, as well as Human Factors and Ergonomics. A special emphasis is on modelling, engineering, and social sciences. The series will include important classical topics of a pure and applied nature presented in an attractive style that can benefit students, researchers, and practitioners. The series will include research level monographs, edited volumes, papers arising from seminars or lecture series that will make up reference books, that will be edited and cohesive to fit the theme of the series.