Richard A. Brualdi’s Introductory Combinatorics – Fourth Edition, published by Pearson, highlights combinatorial ideas including the pigeon-hole principle, counting techniques, permutations and combinations, Pólya counting, binomial coefficients, inclusion-exclusion principle, generating functions and recurrence relations, and combinatorial structures (matchings, designs, graphs), flows in networks. The book contains new, challenging problem sets in each chapter, along with many worked examples.
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Best book on Combinatorics
One of the best books for counting methods for beginneers
Waste of money!
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6 months ago
Worth every penny
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Master piece !
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Excellent book in terms of level of competance