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Lipschutz−Lipson: Schaum’s Outline of Theory Discrete mathematics, the study of finite systems, has become increasingly important as the computer age has. Schaum’s Outline of Discrete Mathematics shows you step by step how to solve the kind of problems you’re going to find on Seymor Lipschutz, Marc Lipson. Schaum’s Outline of Discrete Mathematics, Revised Third Edition. Front Cover. Seymour Lipschutz, Marc Lipson. McGraw Hill Professional.
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To ask other readers questions about Schaum’s Outline of Discrete Mathematicsplease sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Schaum’s Outline of Discrete Mathematics. Lists with This Book. May 11, Koen Crolla rated it really liked it Shelves: Schaum’s Outlines are a godsend, not just for the lazy and incompetent students they claim as their target audience, but also for students at worthless colleges with nearly non-existent math curricula, and basically anyone looking to close some gaps in their education.
Discrete Mathemafics in particular should be required reading to everyone pretending to be a programmer.
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It assumes next to no background lipschufz is quite thorough in its treatment of the subjects, so at times it can get a bit tediou Schaum’s Outlines are a godsend, not just for the lazy and incompetent students they claim as their target audience, but also for students at worthless colleges with nearly non-existent math curricula, and basically anyone looking to close some gaps in their education.
It assumes next to no background and is quite thorough in its treatment lipschytz the subjects, so at times it can get a bit tedious, but it’s worth sitting through even those mathemafics, just to make sure you don’t have any blind spots in your knowledge.
Everyone will have covered at least some of the material at some point we covered the entire chapter on set theory in elementary school hurray for the New Mathand nearly all of the probability chapter and the vectors and matrices appendix in middle and high school; and even my college can’t get away with not covering at least some of the chapter on boolean algebrabut the scope of the book is ambitious enough that you’ll lipschtuz into uncharted territory sooner or later.
Note that while I recommend this for programmers, the authors are clearly mathematicians, and at times you get the impression that they aren’t very fond of the mathematical sloppiness programmers are known for, and enjoy going out of their way to annoy them. Being very specific about the definition of regular expressions is fair enough, given how they’re only barely related to what programmers call regular expressions nowadays; insisting that binary trees are emphatically not a special case of rooted trees is getting quite close to nit-picking, even if it’s technically true; going nine sections of a twelve-section chapter on boolean algebra without even hinting at logic gates, all the while insisting on calling the operations addition and multiplication rather than or and and, and even discussing boolean algebras as lattices before touching on truth tables, though, that’s just spitefulness.
And while some chapters the ones on graph theory in particular do specifically discuss computer algorithms, their pseudo-code is that ridiculous brand of COBOL-inspired eye-rape True Mathematicians are so fond of. You’d think a mathematician, of all people, would understand the value of good abstractions.
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However, none of those algorithms are so long or unfamiliar that this is problematic. My main complaints about the book aren’t this or the lack of material it’s impressively broad as well as deep; even if the “review of cryptology” the cover promises is entirely absentbut rather two aspects that are presumably inevitable in low-cost series like this.
The first half is reasonably clear of them, but then they gradually increase in intensity and peak somewhere around page before settling down again. I know low-cost and highly specialised means you can’t afford thorough editing, but this is the third edition of a book on a subject matter lipschutzz very unforgiving with regards to misprints; it shouldn’t be this bad.
An attentive reader will usually catch them before they do any harm, but it’s still annoying. Secondly, the quality of the paper and the bindings. It’s physically impossible to read this book discgete than maybe three times. By the time I got to the final chapters on my first read-through, the paper was already disintegrating. Granted, discrets can buy it four or five times and still come out ahead, financially, of the equivalent material in standard textbooks, but it’s something to lipsin aware of.
In the end, though, definitely worth the money and the time to read it. It could have been made better with the help of a proofreader or three, but I’m still going to get some of the other books in this series. Dec 08, David rated it it was ok.
Most typos I have ever seen in a published book, and this is the 3rd edition. My running tally broke Lewis Cawthorne rated it really liked it Dec 23, Bhavika Mathariya rated it really liked it Sep 04, Ameen Barja rated it liked it Oct 24, Ryan Grannell rated it it was amazing Apr 27, Larry Levine rated it really liked it May 29, Khaled Kee rated it really liked it Aug 06, Tirth Patel rated it it was amazing Apr 03, Alex Feinland rated it it was amazing May 07, Waheed rated it really liked it Jul 09, Richard Fitzgerald rated it it was amazing Jun 15, Kenneth John Harrison rated it it was amazing Nov 09, Mike rated it it was ok Mar 23, Prerna Khanna rated it really liked it Nov 24, Usama Zahid rated it it was amazing Oct 19, Deryl McKnight rated it liked it Mar 13, Joey rated it really liked it Jan 09, Nasira Hameed rated it it was amazing Oct 29, Noah Sussman rated it liked it Jul 04, Joseph rated it really liked it Jan 05, John rated it really liked it Aug 14, Melissa Marie rated it it was amazing Sep 18, James Chivall rated it really liked mathemaics Oct 18, Faisal Chaudhry rated it really liked it Jan 20, Bradley Woods rated it did not like it Dec 24, Eduardo rated it really liked it Feb 15, Uvindex rated it really liked it Feb 09, Akanksha Singh rated it really liked it Dec lippson, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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