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It features new material, including new sections on probability, coding theory, matrices and order of magnitude. New content to for this edition includes new coverage of probability, coding theory, matrices and order of magnitude.
Each chapter features a special interest topic that highlights the practical relevance of a specific concept. The examples in the textbook have been updated in order to reflect current data and to demonstrate the role mathematics and computer science in a wide range of disciplines Answers to odd numbered exercises are now in the back of the book.
Formal Logic 2. Proofs, Recursion, and Analysis of Algorithms 3. Sets, Combinatorics, Probability, and Number Theory 4. Relations, Functions, and Matrices 5. Graphs and Trees 6. Graph Algorithms 7. Boolean Algebra and Computer Logic 8. Modeling Arithmetic, Computation, and Languages. She has received NSF computer science education grants and has served on NSF grant review panels in computer science education.
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