The final word on analytical combinatorics. The mathematics underlying the analysis of discrete structures are covered in this self-contained text, which also covers a wide range of applications in detail. Understanding is aided by exercises, examples, appendices, and notes; perfect for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses or for individual self-study.

# Analytic Combinatorics (Philippe Flajolet, et al)

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Author(s)

About the Authors

- At INRIA Rocquencourt, Philippe Flajolet serves as the project's research director for algorithms.
- Robert Sedgewick is a member of the board of directors at Adobe Systems and the William O. Baker Professor of Computer Science at Princeton University. Additionally, he is a coauthor of Introduction to Programming in Java: An Interdisciplinary Approach and the acclaimed textbook Algorithms, 4th Edition.

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Published

Published Date / Year

1 edition (January 19, 2009)

Hardcover

824 pages

eBook Format

Online, PDF (826 pages, 11.8 MB)

ISBN-10

0521898064

ISBN-13

978-0521898065

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