@book {IOPORT.00046698,
author = {Althoen, Steven C. and Bumcrot, Robert J.},
title = {Introduction to discrete mathematics.},
year = {1988},
isbn = {0-534-91504-3},
pages = {xii, 346 p.},
publisher = {Boston, MA: PWS-Kent Publishing Company},
abstract = {This very readable book ``is designed as an introduction to those mathematical topics necessary for the future computer scientist. It was written on the freshman/sophomore level to introduce a discrete mathematics course currently being offered at most colleges and universities and at an increasing number of two-year schools. The text assumes a familiarity with mathematics consistent with a standard high- school level education. No knowledge of programming languages is assumed, and therefore the text is not tight to any specific language. $\dots$ This text is unified by the use of algorithms. $\dots$ Examples are presented with the use of a powerful and friendly IMarginary COMputer (IMCOM)'' (from the preface). From the contents: 1. Algorithms and data structures, 2. Combinatorics, 3. Logic and circuits, 4. Graphs, 5. Graph algorithms, 6. Relations, algebraic systems, and machines. Answers to odd-numbered exercises.},
reviewer = {B.Richter (Berlin)},
identifier = {00046698},
}