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discrete mathematics

[di‚skrēt ‚math·ə′mat·iks]
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Kirillov, The Yang-Baxter equation, symmetric functions, and Schubert polynomials, in Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Formal Power Series and Algebraic Combinatorics (Florence, 1993), Discrete Math.
Thomassen, Extending a perfect matching to a Hamiltonian cycle, Discrete Math.
Binary relations and reduced hypergroups, Discrete Math.
Preece, Round-dance neighbour designs from terraces, Discrete Math.
Peer instruction has been successful in a variety of computer science courses including introductory programming (in a variety of languages), Data Structures, Discrete Math, Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, Theory of Computation, Operating Systems, Programming Languages, and Architecture.
Ferrers digraphs and threshold graphs, Discrete Math.
Blend mathematics with levity and a fun discussion of discrete math and you have a college-level reference that will prove a delight to read, teach, and learn from.
In each one, Khan's voice describes a discrete math concept, such as solving a quadratic by factoring or interpreting inequalities, while only his hand-scribbled formulas appear on-screen.
He created an algorithm named Apodora (a python species with extraordinary search capabilities) using linear algebra and discrete math.
Patwardhan, Switching-invariant two-path sigraphs, Discrete Math.
Szekely, A successful concept for measuring non-planarity of graphs: the crossing number, Discrete Math.
Many engineers, scientists, and technologists outside of IT are well-versed in physical models and continuous math (such as calculus) but not in computational models and discrete math.

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