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Foundations of Combinatorics with Applications (Dover Books on Mathematics) Paperback – Import 24 Feb 2006

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Product Description From the Back Cover The book provides a solid introductory course for mathematics and mathematical computer science students. Designed for use in a number of courses this book is appropriate for rigorous lower division courses upper division courses in engineering science and mathematics and beginning graduate courses. The material has been fully class-tested and includes many helpful examples and exercises. A solutions manual is also available. About the Author Williamson was Professor of Mathematics at the University of California San Diego from 1965 to 1991 and has been Professor of Computer Science at the University of California San Diego from 1991 to present.

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