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Combinatorial geometry (1)
Design and configurations (5)
Enumeration problems. Generating functions (2)
Graph theory (48)
Identities (1)
Permutations. Combinations. Partitions (5)

 

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Published by MIT and created by Professor Dmitry Panchenko for the Spring semester of 2005, this online course provides an introduction to probability and statistics for undergraduate students. The topics included are...
Syllabus, course notes, and various proofs, in PDF, PostScript and dvi format. The course assumes that students know about groups, rings, and vector spaces, and covers all the topics in algebra commonly used by analysts...
This free electronic journal focuses on current research in combinatorics. The material included in the journal is quite substantial; over 20 papers from mathematicians around the world comprise the latest volume. Each...
A computer science professor at the State University of New York maintains this online repository, which serves "as a comprehensive collection of algorithm implementations for over seventy of the most fundamental...
This course, presented by MIT and taught by Daniel Kleitman, provided instruction on combinatorics, graph theory and discrete mathematics. The main content provided online is a sample final paper project assignment....
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