discrete mathematics

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discrete mathematics

[di‚skrēt ‚math·ə′mat·iks]
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Mineralization under the pediment is associated with carbonate veining in several discrete structures, similar to the Mayflower mineralization to the south.
With their current ISIS software, users will be able to immediately access libraries and discrete structures registered into corporate databases by combinatorial chemistry groups using Central Library.
The international school-seminar has several sections: engineering networks, automation of production, optimization of discrete structures, transport and other technical systems.
It will require global powertrains and unique applications and options, common electronic architectures and distinctive plug-and-play systems, and mix-and-match components that can be combined to create discrete structures.
Using examples, problems, theorems, and proofs, Erickson (Mathematics, Truman State University) illustrates the relationship of discrete structures to algebra, geometry, number theory, and combinatorics.
introduces a number of discrete structures that most graduate students in combinatorics seldom experience.
There is some precedent for the vibration-induced formation of long-lived, discrete structures in a material that usually flows.
The elucidation of the hierarchical discrete structures in the utilization of space is of primary importance for further structuring of space.
The organizational structure of the hypothalamus of teleosts comprises functional nuclei as discrete structures distributed along the longitudinal axis of the brain, in a medial--ventral localization.
Represent problem situations using discrete structures (combinations and permutations) such as patterns, series, sequences, recurrence relationships and finite graphs to determine possible combinations and arrangements.
Lovasz has provided a link among numerous branches of mathematics through his advanced research on discrete structures.
Tomorrow's MBA program needs to be nimble enough to deliver common core content through a variety of discrete structures.

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