Discrete Mathematics Using a Computer, Second Edition
Discrete Mathematics Using a Computer, by John O'Donnell, Cordelia Hall and Rex Page , was
published by Springer in
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course based on the book. You will find in it a discussion about
organising the lectures, advice about practical problems that arise in
presenting the material, and a large collection of problems with
solutions, organised as a set of tutorials.
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