This is a learning
resource page for Discrete Mathematics, for 3rd year undergraduates.
It is independent of any particular module or programme.
The material here may thus be of use to any 3rd year Mathematics
(or other) student
studying Discrete Mathematics,
Applicable Algebra or Graph Theory (but do check your syllabus).
Discrete Math (pdf format)
. (These notes started life as lecture notes for a specific Part 3
module, but we are just using them as a learning aid.)
Excercises are integrated in the notes.
Some useful textbooks and other resouces
- Definitions in Graph Theory from D J Bernstein
- Cipher DAGs (DAG=directed acyclic graph) from D J Bernstein
- J Bondy and U Murty, Graph Theory
- F Ayres Jr, Theory and problems of matrices (Schaum), McGraw Hill Publishers.
- J K Truss, Discrete mathematics for computer scientists, Addison Wesley.
G Stephenson, Mathematical Methods for Science Students, Longman Publishers.
(Contains numerous good exercises.)
- M R Spiegel, Advanced Calculus (Schaum), McGraw Hill Publishers.
Paul Martin (base=amsta)
Last Modified: Oct 2007