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In this chapter, we present an elementary and informal exposition of Set Theory from the point of Discrete Mathematics.

Reasoning plays a very important role in every area of knowledge, particularly mathematics. The emphasis is on set-theoretic properties of functions and their immediate consequences. Partner Institutions Search Books. This chapter is a continuation of Chapter 1. This chapter is a continuation of Chapter 5. Relations and Functions This chapter is a continuation of Chapter 1.

Discrete Mathematical Structures Author: The matrix representation of relations and the pictorial representation of relations known as digraphs are used to illustrate the concepts and results.

To Purchase, select the individual chapter s or click “Select all” for the complete book. In this Chapter, we present an elementary account of some basic ideas in Algebraic Coding Theory. This chapter is a continuation of Chapter 7 wherein we considered some basic aspects of the Group Theory.

Here, we present an elementary treatment of the Ring Theory. Further, an alternative way of defining sequences and other mathematical concepts, which is closely related to the concept of induction, called Recursive Definition, is presented with appropriate illu It is presumed that the reader already has some familiarity with the concepts of sets and set operations. Mathematical Logic-I Logic is the science dealing with the methods of reasoning.

Groups In this chapter, we consider for discussion an important mathematical structure called a group. Here, we present the topic of quantified statements and the methods of proof and disproof.

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In this chapter, we consider one more method of proof called the Method of Mathematical Induction. Every study on modern mathematical sciences begins with Set Theory. This Site is being upgraded. Logic expressed in such a language has come to be called “Symbolic logic” or “Mathematical logic”. Special types of relations called equivalence relations and partial orders are dealth-with in some detail. Please scroll down to view chapter s.

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Relations II This chapter is a continuation of Chapter 5. In this chapter, we consider for discussion an important mathematical structure called a group. The group theory and the ring theory form important parts of the subject of Abstract Algebra. Rs 0 Preview Lite Preview. The student is already familiar with some of the material presented here. Set Theory Every study on modern mathematical sciences begins with Set Theory.

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Transmission of information in the form of strings words of zeros d.s.chndrasekharaiah ones that arises in digital communications is dealt-with. In this chapter, the concept of relation is introduced and a special class of relations called functions are discussed in some depth.

Please click here to be redirected to our sister site: Prism Books Pvt Ltd Price: Rings This chapter is a continuation of Chapter 7 wherein we considered some basic aspects of the Group Theory. In this chapter, the topic of relations is discussed further. A symbolic language has been developed over the past two centuries to express the principles of logic in precise and unambiguous terms.

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